The exam continues successfully “Anima Mundi”, dedicated to the spirits of cinema and the spirits of the universe. On Thursday, December 16, the universe will discuss during the Alessio Marini conference: A Living World – the search for life between science and science fiction. The meeting is scheduled for 9.15Read More →

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 →

Artifacts from the Antikythera wreck will be on display in the London Science Museum exhibit titled “Ancient Greeks: Science and Wisdom”. Credit: public domain A new exhibition exploring science in ancient Greek society opens at the Science Museum in London on Wednesday, November 17. The exhibition, titled “Ancient Greeks: ScienceRead 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 →

Posted on Wednesday, November 10, 2021 at 9:01 p.m. Join AFP’s 100,000+ followers on Facebook Buy an AFP subscription Subscribe to AFP podcasts on iTunes and Spotify News, press releases, letters to the editor: [email protected] Advertising requests: [email protected] (© Andriy Blokhin – Virginia Tech College of Science Acting DeanRead More →

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 →

By Harold Acemah Uganda’s ruling clique never ceases to amaze, amuse and offend in almost equal measure. A contentious, futile and sterile debate about science vis-à-vis arts subjects was recently renewed by Sabalwanyi at events commemorating World Teachers’ Day (WTD) on October 12 at Kololo Independence Grounds, Kampala. The themeRead More →

The University of Cincinnati Science Fiction Club. Instagram | @ucscific At the University of Cincinnati (UC), the Science of Fiction Club seeks to explore the “what ifs” of media: what if we could take events from fiction and apply science to make them a reality? This club is working toRead More →

PSEG also launches Sustainability and Climate Report 2021 – Reduced over 54% of GHG emissions since 2005 NEWARK, NJ –News Direct– Public Service Enterprise Group (PSEG) NEWARK, NJ, October 18, 2021 / 3BL Media / – PSEG has announced that it has joined the Business Ambition for 1.5 ° CRead More →

A still from the film D2C sleep and home solutions brand,, has integrated Kumbhkaran for its 360-degree campaign, #ApprovedByKumbhkaran, in partnership with Spring Marketing Capital. A journalist searching for the truth, a lab tech explaining the science of sleep and in the midst of it all is the greatestRead More →

The Christianity and Science Fiction Conference website is back up and running, thankfully! Here are the details for blog readers, for your convenience: Christianity and science fiction: a virtual event (October 11-12, 2021) The Michigan Center for Early Christian Studies, in partnership with the Department of Middle East Studies (UniversityRead More →

The government of Maharashtra and the C40 Cities Network, a global forum that deals with climate change, have launched the “Women4Climate” program, which aims to bring all women residing in Mumbai together under one roof to fight climate change. As part of the program, launched on Monday, the state governmentRead More →

ISI’s first US POLITICAL AND GOVERNMENT SUMMIT to bring together academics committed to freedom and the search for truth in 2022 WILMINGTON, Delaware, Oct. 01, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – In response to a recent decision to dismiss Claremont Institute panels at an annual gathering of political scientists, the Intercollegiate StudiesRead More →

Although Western archeology generally treats Aboriginal ancestral sites as an anachronism, these places embody a living culture and presence for Hopi archaeologist Lyle Balenquah. This week, we chat with Balenquah about his journey into archeology, his connection, and his work in the ancestral lands of the Southwest. Science Moab: HowRead More →

LAWRENCE – “Go boldly …” This line from Captain Kirk’s opening monologue in the original “Star Trek” series lasts for more than 55 years since it first aired. It’s also the title of a new book that examines leadership through the lens of science fiction. “Everyone recognizes those three words,”Read More →

B. Gregory “Science asks the questions. / And poetry marks the spot. This line from “Unweaving Science”, the opening track of the spoken word album Experimental words, sheds light on the links between science and art. The album, an eclectic collection of 10 poems born out of collaborations between researchersRead More →

09/27/2021 Syracuse, NY – SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry (ESF) graduate student Michael Mahoney has been honored by the New York State Geographic Information Systems Association for developing software that simplifies the process of creating interactive three-dimensional visualizations of landscapes . Mahoney, a doctoral student in the ESFRead More →

Amway offers the first product of its kind – Nutrilite Vitamin D Plus1, a formulation combining vitamin D3 and vitamin K2 with a patented botanical blend of organically sourced quercetin and licorice Target more than 25%[2] market share in tablet and capsule formats in the FSDU category by 2021 NewRead More →

Vaccine refusal is one of the main reasons COVID-19 infections continue to rise in the United States Safe and effective vaccines have been available for months, but as of mid-September 2021, only 65% ​​of Eligible US adults are fully immunized. In many areas, the majority of eligible adults have notRead More →

Minneapolis agency Colle McVoy brought together its media and data science divisions and promoted two leaders in the practice of media and data science. Steve knapp, formerly Executive Director of Media, has been promoted to the new role of Managing Director, Media and Data Science, while Kim dunn—Formerly Group MediaRead More →

We are living through one of the strangest and most anxiety-provoking times that most of us can remember—in lockdown, separated from friends, lovers, colleagues, work, extended family, and in some cases immediate family, to slow the spread of this new virus, SARS-CoV-2. The threat of this virus, and the effectivenessRead More →

What is the impact of the philosophy of science on science? In the following guest post *, Mahdi Khelfaoui (UQTR), Yves Gingras (UQAM), Maël Lemoine (Bordeaux) and Thomas Pradeu (Bordeaux) discuss their recent empirical research on this question. [Hearson McArthur Microscope, c.1930s, detail] Which scientific disciplines cite the philosophy ofRead More →

Professor Peter Godfrey-Smith Metazoans: the animal spirit and the birth of consciousness In his acclaimed book, Other minds, Peter Godfrey-Smith explored the spirit of the octopus – the closest thing to an intelligent alien on Earth. In Metazoa, he extends his investigation to animals in general, studying theRead More →

Students in Dr. Karen Guzman’s Introductory Research Course filled the second floor of the Campbell University Science Building this morning with posters that summarized a semester’s worth of study and analysis of the published research project of their choice. The Biology 205 poster presentations have been a popular event inRead More →

In this guest edition of The Interview, Vikram Zutshi speaks with physicist, activist and author Fritjof Capra. Fritjof Capra is an Austrian-born American physicist, systems theorist and profound ecologist. He has written many popular books which link conceptual changes in science with broader changes in worldview and values ​​in society,Read More →

… The worst part of philosophy is the philosophy of science; the only people, as far as I know, who read the works of philosophers of science are other philosophers of science. This is the view of Arizona State University physicist Lawrence Krauss, author of the 2012 book A UniverseRead More →