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January 13, 2009

Alexis Gambis brings science and film together to create a new genre of science fiction.

January 13, 2009

Alexis Gambis describes how life and lab inspired his science fiction films.

October 2, 2008

“Tail today, feet tomorrow. Mutation is good at Spore.com.” These sentences were painted on a billboard I noticed while walking near Cooper Square in Manhattan. I thought to myself that […]

September 23, 2008

Today’s kids may be able to read, write, and multiply, but will they be able to relate to the environment? The U.S. House of Representatives addressed this question when they […]

September 18, 2008

In all likelihood, a creationist from the crystal meth capital of Alaska will be president of the United States in about 18 months. But until then, we can pretend that […]

September 15, 2008

As we flip through newspaper and magazine pages, blogs and TV channels, why are we attracted to some stories and not others? Why does the story about a young woman […]

August 6, 2008

Environmental education enhances the student experience in New York City’s public and private schools.

July 16, 2008

Get video answers from Rob DeSalle, an evolution expert.

July 6, 2008

Presidential and Congressional wannabees, take note: A new poll published last week indicates that voters in both parties support the notion of using science and technology to solve the nation’s […]

June 6, 2008

Reba Goodman defied tradition in making a name for herself in science.

May 23, 2008

I never really liked computer games until I saw one that might help me win the Nobel Prize. A free new computer game from the University of Washington called Foldit […]

May 16, 2008

Thanks to a combination of technology, policy and economics, the venerable practice of the house call is making a comeback.

April 25, 2008

Today, April 25th is World Malaria Day, declared by the World Health Organization. Malaria can be prevented and cured, but over one million people still die from the disease each […]

April 23, 2008

Philosopher Robert Delfino offers science an alternative approach to evaluating evidence.

February 22, 2008

Are baby videos bad for babies? The answer may depend on how interactive the show is.


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