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List of science magazines List of science magazines From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search A science magazine is a periodical publication with news, opinions and reports about science for a non-expert audience. Articles in science magazines are sometimes republished or summarized by the general press. Examples of general science magazines[edit] See also[edit] Cite error: There are <ref> tags on this page, but the references will not show without a {{reflist}} template (see the help page). Retrieved from " Categories: Hidden categories: Pages with missing references list Navigation menu Personal tools Namespaces Variants Views Actions Navigation Interaction Tools Print/export Languages This page was last modified on 19 April 2014 at 03:00.

Magazine Directory - Magazines Online Earth Day from Space There are many ways to celebrate Earth Day, from sustainability efforts (and check out our new blog, Guilty Planet) to simply appreciating nature. And while this is a beautiful shot of Forest Park right here in Portland, it doesn’t compare — in my eyes — to the perfection of Earth as seen from so far away. In October of 1946, a V-2 missile was launched from New Mexico, straight up into the air. And at its maximum height of 65 miles (just barely into what was then considered outer space), it snapped the first photographs of the Earth from Space. (And you can click every image on this page to enlarge it.) It wasn’t until Apollo 8, 22 years later, that the first color photograph of Earth was taken. And now, in the 21st Century, we’ve got a myriad of satellites, shuttles, spacecraft and rockets to choose from if we want to photograph the Earth. While, on the other side of the Earth, the United States’ Space Shuttle photographed this shot of the Aurora Borealis in 2007. That’s us, folks.

Inflation Calculator | Find US Dollar's Value from 1913-2013 About Griffith Since opening its doors in 1975, Griffith University has come to be regarded as one of Australia's most innovative tertiary institutions and one of the most influential universities in the Asia-Pacific region. We were the very first university in Australia to offer degrees in Asian studies and Environmental studies to our students and we remain a pioneer in these fields. We have grown to be a large multi-campus institution with internationally recognised strengths in teaching and research. Griffith now offers more than 300 degrees across five campuses and is home to more than 43,000 students from 131 countries. Griffith is Australia’s ninth largest higher education provider. Our 300 Degrees Offering over 300 degrees, Griffith University has an extensive range of study options that can take you where you want to go: Find a degree that suits you. Our 5 campuses Griffith University allows you to choose where you want to learn. Our global perspective Our history Life at Griffith

Science News GREEN POWER SCIENCE OuiShare - Creative community for the Collaborative Economy ISA for UK Access a world of learning, collaboration and culture Open a window onto other cultures and bring the world to your classroom with the British Council’s International School Award. Form a partnership with schools overseas to teach your pupils about life in other countries and develop them as global citizens. Taking part in the Award: links your school with others around the world teaches your pupils about other countries and cultures provides an internationally recognised accreditation for your school’s international work enhances teaching standards through sharing best practice from other countries. Where to start? With three entry points, you can access the Award at the level which best suits your school’s exsisting international work. Please note that the first step is to register with Schools Online. Foundation Certificate The starting point of your journey into international learning. Intermediate Certificate The development of international learning within your curriculum. Accreditation