Winner of the Australian cute find so far this month – albino kangaroo! Since it was first captured on film in a fuzzy shot by a ranger on Sunday, the park has received reports of at least two other albino kangaroos in its vast expanse in the ACT’s south. Friday was the second time The Canberra […]
It’s the end of the first week in November – and of course, the big news that has us simultaneously elated and jealous is the story of how 10-year-old boy, Canadian Nathan Gray discovered a 600-million-year-old supernova. NASA Scientists Discuss Upcoming Mission to Mars – “The MAVEN spacecraft is currently scheduled for launch November 18, 2013 from […]
Her thwarted potential, and her passion and vision for technology, have made her a powerful symbol for modern women in technology. Check out the following links (and feel free to add your own in the comments!) to help acknowledge and celebrate women involved in technology and science worldwide. Brief Lives: Ada Lovelace by Alistair MacFarlane, […]
On the 17th September, teachers, parents, creationist supporters and scientists went to what the Texas Freedom Network (a non-profit civil liberties group) described as a “lopsided victory for science,” in order to testify before the State Board of Education on proposed biology textbooks for K-12 students. The books currently under review are set to enter Texas classrooms at […]
It’s the end of the first week in the month – what has caught our attention? Firstly, this new venture by Neil deGrasse Tyson, an American astrophysicist and science communicator: An epic @NYTmag exploration of an important question: Why Are There Still So Few Women in Science? But what could still be keeping women out of the STEM […]
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ScienceRewired got a great little shout-out with the first question – here’s the session from tonight, with thanks to Sarah Keenihan, OnSci and all the contributors:
At the conclusion of The Big Science Communication Summit, we hope you enjoyed the following video by our MC, Dr Derek Muller of Veritasium. Thank you to everyone who has been a part!
Dustin Wellbourne challenged the audience of the BIG Science Communication Summit to take a selfie during his presentation – of course we have storified everyone who decided to tweet their glorious pictures!
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