Brewer Science, Inc. will showcase its pioneering efforts as a Certified B Company at the SEMICON West Annual Conference, December 7-9, 2021, in hopes of inspiring a more sustainable and inclusive industry. In May 2021, Brewer Science became the first B-certified company in the semiconductor industry. The certification accredits theRead More →

Science has been the big brother of mankind. That’s no understatement, especially when we appreciate how the applications of scientific knowledge have helped humans overcome several challenges. In times of crisis, especially during a pandemic, science has always come to our aid in the form of drugs, vaccines and medicalRead More →

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CLARKSVILLE, TN – An education professor at Austin Peay State University recently won the Tennessee Science Teachers Association’s Science Educator of the Year award in the higher education category. Dr Philip Short – professor of science education and co-director of the Jack Hunt STEM Center at Eriksson College of EducationRead More →

TO Average, Prudence Louise, writer on philosophy and religion, explains that in 1994, the philosopher David Chalmers killed the zombie in cold blood, triggering “a zombie apocalypse”. It sounds like an unusual role for a philosopher. And the zombie? : “The philosophical notion of ‘zombie’ essentially refers to imaginable creaturesRead More →