Science Project On Food Mold
Science, not sci-fi (Berkshire Eagle)
Scientists successfully test-ran the world's largest particle accelerator last week and they did it without ending the world. They deserve applause on both counts.
Magic Can Conjure Up Confidence And Social Skills (Science Daily)
For years, audiences have been thrilled by the amazing performances of master magicians, such as David Blaine and Derren Brown. Now, the results of a new experiment suggests that such magical feats can also work wonders with children?s confidence and social skills.
Gates-Chili Students Dig $48 Million Science Wing and Field House (13WHAM Rochester)
Gates-Chili, N.Y. -- Five years and $48 million later Gates-Chili has a newly renovated and expanded high school.
Baby sharks set free at Sydney beach (AAP via Yahoo!7 News)
Captive-bred wobbegong sharks have been released into the wild at a Sydney beach in an experiment to learn more about them.
Hooked on science: Lemon battery (Southeast Missourian)
Did you know you can create a battery by using a few coins, some wire and a lemon? It's another experiment that might get you and your family "Hooked on Science.
Chico State Physical Sciences building evacuated (Chico Enterprise-Record)
CHICO -- A science experiment that went awry caused the Physical Sciences building at Chico State University to be evacuated Monday morning.
Revert to teaching Maths and Science in BM (The Borneo Post)
KUALA LUMPUR: A three-hour conference participated by 45 academicians and representatives from non-governmental organisations yesterday called on the government to revert to using Bahasa Malaysia in teaching mathematics and science in school.
Hackers hit Large Hadron Collider site (Macworld UK)
Hackers defaced one of the websites of the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) last week, but the controversial science project's network suffered no permanent damage, a spokesman for CERN maintained Friday.
Spooky Hurricane Science (PhysOrg)
There's a special room at the Marshall Space Flight Center. Researchers call it the "Anechoic Chamber" and they love to test their high-tech instruments there. Normal people think it's just plain spooky. "In here, no one can hear you scream," says engineer Mark James as he opens the door on the surreal.
TestToob allows young scientists to collaborate online (The Journal News)
LOUISVILLE, Ky. - TestToob, an online community where young people can collaborate on science, was "born in the backyard and incubated on the kitchen table," its founder says. Now the promising Louisville startup is leaving the nursery.