Image source: Wikimedia Commons. Some scientific controversies arise in disputes over the results. The stream cast off the James Webb Space Telescope data, for one. Others sound like clashes over philosophy – claims about the multiverse (countless universes out there) are a good example. Theoretician physician Sabine Hossenfelder tackles theRead More →

Problems and prices of materialism The educational system of a nation depends essentially on its vision of the world; about how nations understand and then philosophize about life. Due to the rise of materialism in the West, matter has been given undisputed supremacy over faith. Therefore, in essence, materialism isRead More →

To the dismay of many Chilean scientists, voters vehemently rejected a proposed constitution that would have had major implications for research, environmental policies and indigenous rights. Sixty-two percent of voters said ‘no’ in a referendum yesterday on the new charter, which would have pushed the country sharply to the left.Read More →

As a result, freethinkers in western lands fled to the most open-minded place in the world then. They reached Muslim Spain where the dazzling Muslim civilization, born of the desire and love of knowledge of Muslim scholars, was at its zenith. Scientific knowledge, architecture, mathematics and philosophy flourished a lot.Read More →

(lr) Stephanie Cluxton, Jacqueline Ma, Aimee McCoy, Juanita Nuñez and Melissa Rains. Photo credit: sdcoe.net Five local educators representing schools in San Diego and northern and southern counties have been named San Diego County Teachers of the Year. Officials named the winners on Friday as part of the 32nd editionCoxRead More →

IIn Denis Villeneuve’s 2016 film Arrival, the US military asks a linguistics expert to decipher the complex language of the seven-limbed aliens (“heptapods”) who landed on Earth. It is a memorable and indeed moving attempt to portray the immense challenges involved in bridging the chasm of mutual misunderstanding between twoRead More →

Friends, I am delighted to announce the Word on Fire Institute’s inaugural conference “Wonder: A Conference on Faith and Science” https://wonderconference.com. It is an annual opportunity to dialogue with theologians and other experts on important issues at the intersection of Catholic faith and secular culture. Our theme for the inauguralRead More →

Laboratory courses at the School of Molecular and Theoretical Biology SMTB I learned the School of Molecular and Theoretical Biology several years ago at a roundtable on science education at Stony Brook University. This unique non-profit summer internship program brings together leading scientists and curious high school students from moreRead More →

Hill’s Returns as National Sponsor of NBCUniversal Local’s Clear the Shelters for the Fifth Consecutive Year to Help Shelter Animals Find Homes Through Science-Based Nutrition in August TOPEKA, Kan., August 2, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Approximately 6.3 million pets enter animal shelters in the United States each year.1. This year marksRead More →

Geoffrey Brennan, a longtime faculty member and friend of Duke, died in Canberra, Australia, of complications from acute leukemia. “Geoff” joined Duke’s Department of Political Science in January 2005 as Nan Keohane Distinguished Visiting Professor, and has been a research professor ever since. He helped co-found and equip the Philosophy,Read More →

Share this with more people! Dr Kwaku Afriyie Dr Kwaku Afriyie, Minister of Environment, Science, Technology and Innovation, said higher education institutions need to be strengthened to help build capacity in science, technology and innovation (STI ). He said it was one of the surest ways to meet society’s needs.Read More →

Build the perfect greenhouse The development of the greenhouse was inspired by the rapid growth of HudsonAlpha’s agricultural genomics program. The team quickly maximized the space in their indoor grow rooms and set themselves a bigger goal: a full greenhouse. The design and construction of the dream greenhouse was carriedRead More →

South Korea appears to be at the start of a sixth resurgence in coronavirus infections, with related data pointing to a bigger impact on the horizon. But the government has yet to come up with stronger measures to tackle the highly transmissible subvariants, casting a cloud over the already dimRead More →

Politicians have a complicated relationship with science. When they think the evidence fits their policy goals, they love scientists and the work they do. However, when their ideology clashes with the data, our representatives twist to avoid conforming their views to the facts. For example, Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez tweeted theRead More →

The typical pimple is caused by clogged sebaceous glands or bacteria in our skin, and while most pimples aren’t harmful, they can get infected (and be painful), especially when they’re open to the environment. outside. Yet many of us can’t resist pinching them. To get to the root of pimpleRead More →

Image: Tycho Brahe, Skokloster Castle, Public Domain, via Wikimedia Commons. In a new episode of Future IDshost Andrew McDiarmid sits down with historian and philosopher of science Michael Keas to discuss a recent article on Times Higher Education, “My Precious! How Gollums in Academia Keep Their Research Fields. The articleRead More →

Stuart Regès. (Photo UW) A University of Washington lecturer is suing university leaders over his free speech rights, claiming he was branded an ‘outcast’ for a statement he made about indigenous peoples in the north -western Pacific in the curriculum of a computer course. UW’s computer science department suggests thatRead More →

LAFSF News: The Los Alamos Faith and Science Forum presents: Understanding Trust and Uncertainty in Religion and Science… Can we explore Faith Truth and Truth Science in the same way? By Gary Stradling, Ph.D. The community is invited to join the conference in person on Wednesday, July 13 at KellyRead More →

The partnership will bring AI and robotics to AASTMT’s new campus in AASTMT’s new city and enable AASTMT students to apply their learning in business in the UNITED STATES. SAN FRANCISCO and Alexandria, Egypt, July 8, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Today, the #1 ranked university in Egypt in the quality ofRead More →

Now that the United States Supreme Court has given the states the final say on whether and when abortion is legal, the political debates on the right to abortion will intensify in legislatures and courthouse around the nation. Many of these discussions will revolve around the question of when, exactly,Read More →

Chinese President Xi Jinping insisted on firmly keeping the lifeline of science and technology in China’s hands and making the country’s development more independent, self-reliant and safe. Xi, also general secretary of the Communist Party of China Central Committee and chairman of the Central Military Commission, made the remarks whileRead More →

The Noozhawk Plus Four Legged Friends Guide has officially arrived! We’ve scouted out the local businesses that best cater to the needs, health, comfort, training, exercise, and general well-being of our furry companions! To take a closer look at pet facilities in Santa Barbara County, Noozhawk conducted a series ofRead More →

Platform College, Ipaja has won the Science Olympiad 2022 tournament in the Junior Secondary School category of Lagos State. The final competition was held at Anchor University, Ayobo, Lagos, and featured three categories, Primary Category; the junior secondary school category; and the high school category. It was called “Leaders forRead More →

Right from the start, Signe Baumane’s animation proves it has earned a place in the hallowed halls of raw storytelling. Rough, storybook-sketched 2D characters are superimposed over highly textured stop-motion backgrounds, detailing every paint stroke, scrape, sometimes even mold spore. And imagery is just the beginning. Let it be hisRead More →

LEXINGTON, Kentucky (June 8, 2022) — Julia Bursten, Ph.D., associate professor at the University of Kentucky College of Arts and Sciences‘ Department of Philosophycollaborates with scientists to help improve the scientific methods of their experiments. As a philosopher of science, Bursten studies epistemology, or the logical and conceptual foundations ofRead More →

The Joel Moses Institute Professor Emeritus PhD ’67, an innovative computer scientist and dedicated teacher who held several leadership positions at MIT, died May 29 after a long battle with Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease. He was 80 years old. Moses, a professor in the Department of Computer and Electrical EngineeringRead More →

Gustavus Adolphus College Professor of Psychological Sciences, Dr. Lauren Hecht, was named the 2022 recipient of the Edgar M. Carlson Award for Distinguished Teaching during the College’s commencement ceremony on Saturday, May 21. The award is the College’s highest honor for teaching excellence. “In graduate school, after a long, fortuitousRead More →

Texas A&M biology major Annabel Perry ’22 graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Biology. Courtesy picture Each photo tells a story. One of Annabel Perry’s childhood favorites features her as a smiling 10-year-old girl holding a gigantic bullfrog frog, a slightly blurred snapshot of place and time that capturesRead More →

Differences between science and philosophy: Time and time again, the question of the differences between science and philosophy has been debated in many articles. Again, this question keeps cropping up, especially among scientists and philosophers, and this article seeks to write once more about this topic and resolve the differencesRead More →

Michael studied philosophy, politics and economics at Oxford University and then became an investment banker, before retraining as a doctor at the Royal Free Hospital in London. After graduating from medical school and becoming disillusioned with psychiatry, he joined the BBC as a trainee assistant producer in 1985. Over theRead More →

Lingnan University, a separate liberal arts institution in the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, is committed to providing quality education for the whole person by combining the best of Chinese and Western liberal arts traditions. It strives to pursue excellence in teaching, learning, scholarship, and community engagement. With three academicRead More →

Artwork: CDD20/pixabay Most career scientists are rightly livid when influential people in other professions preach baseless information or explanations as “science”. However, unscientific or irrational beliefs are not the preserve of non-scientists. One can sympathetically consider that human knowledge is incomplete and therefore such faith in the uncertainty of eventsRead More →

Science and Philosophy Festival – Virtue and Knowledge of Foligno from From April 21 to 24 back Festival of Science and Philosophy – Virtue and Knowledge by Foligno. After the shutdown in 2020 imposed by the pandemic and the release of an online version in 2021, this year is finallyRead More →

Time is the apparent progression of events from the past to the future. Although it is impossible to fully define the nature of time, we all share many common experiences related to time: causes naturally lead to effects, we remember the past but not the future, and the evolution ofRead More →

There are four women carving out a niche in their respective scientific fields, clearly demonstrating that Jamaica is not lagging behind in the research space. The four – Sashalee Cross, Treya-Ann Picking, Reanne McKenzie and Shanna-Lee Thomas – all conduct research projects in different environmental conservation projects across the island.Read More →

The ongoing Supreme Court confirmation hearing by Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson has often taken unpredictable directions. In addition to the usual questions about case law, the Supreme Court nominee fielded questions from senators on topics ranging from ‘racist baby’ children’s books to unsubstantiated implications that she is somehow sympathetic toRead More →

A professor of ethics and philosophy of religious studies at the Dominican University, Samonda, Ibadan, Jude Mbukanma, has blamed the decadence, especially among young people, on the relegation of moral science in the country’s educational institutions. . Mbukanma said the absence of strong morals of patriotism, righteousness, diligence, contentment, rewardRead More →

The award recognizes Leena’s impressive commitment to research and her significant contributions to multiple research projects. (Image courtesy of Leena Mathur) Leena Mathur, a USC senior pursuing a triple major in computer science, cognitive science, and linguistics, recently received the Computer Research Association (ARC) 2022 Outstanding Undergraduate Research Award. TheRead More →

When you imagine Albert Einstein, does he smile? Atlanta Science Festival offers events at the crossroads of science and comedy. “jazz handsis one such session presented by Science for Georgia. Executive Director Dr. Amy Sharma joined “City Lights” host Lois Reitzes via Zoom, along with Dr. Meisa Salaita, Co-Executive DirectorRead More →

An image from the movie #SheMakesUs. Personal care brand WOW Skin Science has released a new brand film, honoring its female workforce on International Women’s Day. The film titled #SheMakesUs shows scenes from a day in the life of the brand’s workers. He celebrates the spirit of these women byRead More →

Define and solve: The science of divine things. Below is the answer to solve the crossword puzzle puzzle week And other games like Cody’s Cross. If you know other solutions to the same question, please comment suggesting other solutions. The 8-letter solution: Theosophist Meaning/Curiosity: The science of divine thingsthe DivineRead More →