New tech enhances health science | Northwest

BATTLE GROUND, Wash. – Looming in the corner of a small classroom at Battle Ground High School is the future of medical education. Reminiscent of the infamous monoliths from “2001: A Space Odyssey,” the Anatomage Table is a new piece of technology that allows students to conduct virtual dissections and view detailed scans of cadavers … Read more

syllabus: 19% More Opt For Science In Class Xi | Chennai News

CHENNAI: An increase in career options in the field of medical research and allied fields post pandemic and a familiarity with the revised syllabus has made 19% more state board students opt for science stream in Class XI in 2021-22 compared to 2019-20. National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test (NEET) -based medical admissions and heavy syllabus for science … Read more

Students express frustration with name change of geographic science major | News

JMU’s geographic science major was renamed to “geography” and while there are no new course requirements, some students have expressed frustration with the change. The major used to be known as geography. In 2000, the name was changed to geographic science – now it’s changed back. This change came into effect in the summer of … Read more

Science Kids refreshes ability to question, sense of exploration Local News

SHERIDAN – As a formal science teacher at Sheridan County School District 2 and a longtime educator with Science Kids, Emily Emond is a unique difference between the two learning environments. In a classroom setting, Emond said students almost learn to be passive observers in their learning, expecting to be taught and told information. At … Read more

The idea is a mute? Study: Remote meetings dampen brainstorming | Science

Video meetings dampen brainstorming because we are so hyper-focused on the face in that box that we don’t let our eyes and minds wander as much, a new study found. Staring isn’t good for creativity. While it’s rude to stare at someone in real life, it’s expected when on a video call, researchers said. When … Read more

Math and Science Scholar programs have a successful year at SCC | Local News

There is a group of Somerset Community College (SCC) students who’ve had a lot going on during the past year– movie nights, games nights, visits to other colleges, lunches, parties and more. And while this camaraderie makes the gatherings fun, what brings them together is something a bit more academic – math and science. These … Read more

Gwinnett School of Math, Science and Technology named top high school in Georgia for 10th straight year | News

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Making Science More Open Is Good For Research — But Bad For Security

Of course, just because research is published in a journal instead of a preprint server doesn’t mean it’s inherently risk-free. But it does mean that any glaring dangers are more likely to be picked up in the reviewing process. “The key difference, really, between journals and the preprint server is the level of depth that … Read more

Roundup: Science Hill baseball racks up eighth straight win | Sports

Science Hill overwhelmed the Hardin Valley on Saturday. Jake Bedard had the noisy aluminum, totaling three hits – including a double and triple – and driving in three runs as the Hilltoppers broke open a close game in the fourth inning before adding a six spot in the fifth to close out a 13-3 baseball … Read more

The Wisconsin Science Olympiad returns in-person at UW-Stevens Point

STEVENS POINT, Wis. (WSAW) – After not taking a place in person since 2019, the Wisconsin Science Olympiad state competition returned Friday and Saturday on the campus of UW-Stevens Point. A total of 89 teams from around the state battled in 28 events for both high school and middle school, creating 56 total events. The … Read more