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  • The need to further expand cultural, scientific and technological cooperation was also identified and the proposed meeting of a Joint Commission for Cultural, Scientific and

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • From a May 2005 article of the same title Scientific American:

    Archive 2005-06-01

  • Except I have mine in "Scientific" mode at all times.

    Real calculators modeled after desktop calculators - Boing Boing

  • Posted in Scientific Boundaries on May 18th, 2009 by Bradford

    2009 May - Telic Thoughts

  • My frustration today is a recent article in Scientific American [with the lofty academic title "Seven Answers to Climate Contrarian Nonsense"] which purports to shoot down the seven key skeptics arguments.

    Coyote Blog » Blog Archive » Climate Updates

  • Sarah Zielinski writes in Scientific American about the results:

    Why Roosters Have Wattles

  • Katherine Harmon writes in Scientific American that a new published study reveals substantial differences between how dyslexia impacts English and Chinese-language readers:

    English and Chinese Dyslexia Are Very Different

  • Wray Herbert wrote in Scientific American about a new study that investigated why people often associate the color white with righteousness and black with wickedness:

    The Science Behind Cowboys In Black and White Hats

  • For example, it was common for industrialists to place ads in Scientific American or Popular Mechanics, offering $500 to the inventor who could develop an improved method of making glass bottles or $1,000 for increasing the efficiency of steam boilers.

    Creative Financing

  • Leigh spoke at the the workshop that I chaired, and she subsequently contributed a chapter entitled “Cooperation Without Consensus in Scientific Problem Solving” to our book, CSCW: Cooperation of Conflict.

    steve | Serendipity


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