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Open House for the Master of Science in Clinical Research program: Virtual Edition

At Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine, future health leaders and scientists are shaped through innovative and cutting-edge methods. Students are encouraged to think critically, ask challenging questions, and…

Scientists uncover the biggest black hole in the Milky Way – Science & Technology

Astronomers have recently discovered the largest stellar black hole in the Milky Way, named Gaia BH3, with a mass 33 times that of the Sun. The discovery was made from…

NASA’s Dragonfly Rotorcraft Mission to Titan, Saturn’s Moon, Officially Approved

Dragonfly is a mission being designed and built by the Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory (APL) in Laurel, Maryland, with Elizabeth Turtle serving as the principal investigator. The mission is…

Enhancing Communities through the Integration of Science, Art, and Engagement

Editors’ Highlights provide summaries of recent articles from AGU’s journal editors. Science plays a crucial role in identifying emerging hazards that can impact communities. These hazards range from long-term effects…

Children Discover Marine Life in Aquarium Science Camp

During this summer, children have the chance to participate in science activities and discover the interesting water systems in Santa Monica at Heal the Bay’s Aquarium Science Camp. Heal the…

The U.S. Department of Energy Provides Over $1 Billion in Funding to U.S. Colleges and Universities for Advancements in Nuclear Science and Technology

The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) has announced over $59 million in funding for 25 U.S. colleges and universities, two national laboratories, and one industry organization to support nuclear energy…

Pollinator Day Hosted by Texas Science and Natural History Museum – The Daily Texan

The Texas Science and Natural History Museum recently hosted Pollinator Day, a spring celebration aimed at promoting education and awareness of pollinators in the Texas ecosystem. As part of the…

Resources for Citizen Science

Citizen Science programs, also known as Community Science, allow everyday people to assist scientists in collecting and analyzing data. These programs rely on the participation of interested individuals to contribute…

Mad Science with Solar Shelley at WPL

The Walpole Public Library (WPL) has been hosting Mad Science of Southern Ma & RI throughout the month of March. Every Thursday, Mad Scientist Solar Shelly presents on various science,…

KCSR/KBPY Hosts Virtual Science Café on Indigenous Cancer Research

UNMC’s Regina Idoate and Aislinn Rookwood will lead a discussion on April 18 at 5:30 p.m. as part of the Nebraska Science Festival. They will present “Indigenous Cancer Research Education…