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  • Orb Antares
    Second edition of PUBTechSF on April 02, 2015 at Stanford University
    A researcher found a way to quickly and precisely determine via imaging the borders of cancerous tissue during a surgery in order to remove all tissue with cancerous cells. Another researcher is mapping spectral signatures of some microbes in...
  • Scientist banned
    University of Penn scientists banned
    A main neuroscience journal has banned a couple of unmistakable University of Pennsylvania researchers from publishing in its pages for a long time, referring to oversights in a paper on Alzheimer's illness that they helped compose four years...
  • Dress Like a Mad Scientist for Halloween
    How to Make a Mad Scientist Halloween Costume
    A young child who loves science would love to dress up as a Mad Scientist for Halloween, school character day or just every day wear. Science Bob is just one character who makes experimenting fun and educational. Adults and children alike can...
  • Research scientist needed
    Research scientist needed
    The New York City Department of Health/Mental Hygiene, is seeking to hire a City Research Scientist I to work in the East and Central Harlem District Public Health Office located at 161-169 East 110th Street, New York, NY 10029. There is only one...
  • Former NASA scientist disputes global warming theory
    Former NASA scientist disputes global warming theory
    The continued theory by left-leaning Democrats, some in the U.S. government, and President Obama keep pushing that increased global warming is caused by man was disputed by former NASA scientist, Professor Dr. Leslie Woodcock, who said there is no...
  • The scientist who was wrong on salt
    The scientist who was wrong on salt
    A scientist once claimed that Jesus was wrong in his Sermon on the Mount because salt cannot lose its saltiness. But the scientist was wrong for a very fundamental reason. Let's look at it.Bible critics often claim that the Holy Scriptures say...
  • Alan Turing plaque
    WWII code-breaker given rare pardon by the queen
    A man received a rare royal pardon 59 years after his death on Tuesday. According to the Wall Street Journal, in 1952 Alan Turing was convicted of homosexuality and subsequently chemically castrated.Turing was a code-breaker who worked with the...
  • Stephen Hawking
    Stephen Hawking dictates his own terms in documentary 'Hawking'
    Stephen Hawking is not just a scientist, and he and his ego go to great lengths to prove that in Hawking.He settles that right from the get go, putting himself in the same sentence as one of the greatest scientists to ever live, saying, "I...
  • Decorations from the Holy Spirit and earned skill
    Decorations from the Holy Spirit and earned skill
    And I have filled him with the Spirit of God, in wisdom and ability, in understanding and intelligence, and in knowledge, and in all kinds of craftsmanship, To devise skillful works, to work in gold, and in silver, and in bronze, (Exodus 31:3, 4...
  • Blue Lake
    Scientists uncover 'God's bathtub' in Australia
    Scientists say they have found a lake so pristine and pure that its water is clear enough for viewers to see the lake bottom a full 30-feet down. According to a June 4 report from Yahoo! News, scientists have uncovered what they are calling &ldquo...
  • Terrence Howard is a scientist
    Terrence Howard ready to give up acting to pursue passion for science
    Terrence Howard is a singer and an actor who has had some very prominent roles, but according to the news on March 4, he is ready to give up acting to pursue a greater passion. What could that be?What most people don't know is that Howard is...
  • Terrence Howard has other interest besides acting.
    Actor, Terrence Howard pursues science passion
    Famous American actor, Terrence Howard, 43, Dead Man Down star, has other plans in his life that does not include acting. The biracial actor has a chemical engineering degree and doctorate degree; he is a scientist at heart, and plans on pursuing...
  • Scientist controls cockroaches via remote control
    Scientists develop a way to control cockroaches remotely
    Scientists at theNorth Carolina State University hassuccessfully discovered a way tocontrol cockroaches remotely.lper Bozkurt, assistant professor of electrical engineering at NCS, said the benefits of using these cockroaches would beextraordinary...
  • Sally Ride
    Sally Ride, author and former astronaut, succumbs to pancreatic cancer
    Science and Space Examiner, Johnny Kelly, reports that former NASA astronaut Sally Ride, 61,died of pancreatic cancer on Monday, July 23, 2012.Sally Ride, according to Wikipedia, was also a physicist and author.She wrote or co-wrote five books on...
  • Abbie Smith
    Popular Freethought speaker is an Oklahoma student
    Abbie Smith is from Oklahoma, has earned a science degree, is working towards a Ph.D at the University of Oklahoma, and is a frequent speaker at science and freethought events.Smith studies the molecular and biochemical evolution of viruses, and...
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