GREEN POWER SCIENCE ZME Science - science news, research, health, environment, space It's Okay To Be Smart NEWTON Ask a Scientist at Argonne National Labs! Tracing Knowledge ... Στα ίχνη της Γνώσης New evidence from the Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider reveals different kinds of phase changes at different collision energies News Release By Karen McNulty Walsh April 4, 2014 Brookhaven National Laboratory Απο την κοσμική σούπα του πρώιμου σύμπαντος στην ύλη του σήμερα Στα ίχνη που άφησε η ύλη καθώς μεταμορφωνόταν απο την κατάσταση της κοσμικής σούπας που βρισκόταν την εποχή του πρώιμου σύμπαντος, στην σημερινή της μορφή, με νέα δεδομένα απο τον Σχετικιστικό Επιταχυντή Βαρέων Ιόντων (RHIC) του εργαστηρίου Brookhaven. Πρωτότυπη δημοσίευση Brookhaven National Laboratory Επιμέλεια κειμένου, απόδοση στα Ελληνικά Περικλής Δημ. Λιβάς (more…) Like this: Like Loading...
Public Library of Science Science News, Discoveries and Breakthrough Scientific Research - HuffPost Science Science Daily: News & Articles in Science, Health, Environment & Technology Social Media for Administrators As I have done a lot of work with school administrators on why they should be using social media and some practical ways to use it within their schools, I wanted to compile some articles together that will help schools/organizations move forward. They will be listed under two categories; the why and the how. The articles are listed below: The Why The Need for Courageous Leadership – If new ideas are going to happen and we are going to encourage risks, we need to take risks as well. Here is an example of a principal trying something new and tapping into the best resource in his school; his students. What Digital Accelerates – Many of the fundamentals that were important 50 years ago are still important today. Humanizing Our Organizations Through Social Media – In this post, I share what many organizations are doing around the world and how it is important that in education, we get through our culture of fear and do what we can to connect with those that we serve. The How
Terra Forming Terra Ten Websites for Science Teachers We all know that the web is full of excellent web resources for science teachers and students. However, unless you live on the web, finding the best websites can become quite a challenge. This isn't a "Top Ten" list -- instead, it is a list of websites that I either use on a regular basis or just find interesting. From teaching resources for the nature of science and authentic field journals to wacky videos about numbers, I am sure that you will find something in the following list the works for you! Please share your favorite science web resources in the comment section! 1) Understanding Science UC Berkeley's Understanding Science website is a "must use" for all science teachers. 2) Field Research Journals The Field Book Project from the National Museum of Natural History and the Smithsonian Institution Archives intends to create a "one stop" archive for field research journals and other documentation. 3) Evolution 4) PhET Simulations 5) Earth Exploration 6) EdHead Interactives
Scientific Integrity: Let Science Do Its Job Our civilization is built on a foundation of science. Life as we know it is the result of a remarkable series of technological advances over the past few centuries—advances largely driven by partnerships between science and government. But science can only thrive when it’s independent. Our scientific integrity work began in 2004 in response to a growing problem of political interference in government science. Now, science-based safeguards that have long protected us are under attack in Congress. UCS is fighting back—helping scientists respond to political attacks, working to preserve science-based safeguards, and keeping the pressure on for federal scientific integrity reform. Corporate Interference in Science Our report, "Heads They Win, Tails We Lose," shows how corporations corrupt science at the public's expense. Federal Scientific Integrity Reform In 2009, President Obama called for comprehensive scientific integrity reform in federal departments and agencies. Support Our Work
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