'Science Magazine … In dramatic vote, with baby, Senate confirms Bridenstine to lead NASA Representative Jim Bridenstine (R'OK) testifies before the Senate science committee on his nomination to lead NASA in November 2017.
'The Guardian … Forensic science: the tip of the iceberg? At the moment, that iceberg isn't fully acknowledged, and the scale of the problem we face hasn't been addressed.
'Science Magazine … House science panel feuds over NASA earth science programs, then finds compromise Chair Representative Lamar Smith (right) and ranking member Representative Eddie Bernice Johnson (left)
'Undark Magazine … A Remedy for Broken Science, Or an Attempt to Undercut It? David Randall and Christopher Welser are unlikely authorities on the reproducibility crisis in science.
'Science Magazine … 'Popular Science … 'The Guardian … Diamond-studded meteorites came from the collision of a lost planet When our solar system was in its infancy 4.5 billion years ago,
'Live Science … Scientists Spot the Shadow of a Strange Wind Blowing Past a Black Hole COLUMBUS, Ohio — White-hot winds blow through space, carrying vast pillars of matter away from the event horizons of black holes.
'The Guardian … Scientists discover dozens of new genes for hair colour Forensic scientists are a step closer to predicting the colour of a suspect's hair from their DNA alone after the discovery of more than 100 new genes that influence the shad .
'MIT Technology Review … 'The Heartland Institute … How the science of persuasion could change the politics of climate change Visitors are allowed 3 free articles per month (without a subscription),
'The Verge … 'Arkansas Times (blog) … 'AZCentral.com … Not to change the topic here:March again, this time for science © 2018 Arkansas Times | 201 East Markham, Suite 200, Little Rock,
'CNN … 'The Boston Globe … 'Science Magazine … 'Inhabitat … 'New Scientist … 'Think like a proton' and other witty signs from the March for Science Publisher: CNNAuthor: Kendall Trammell and Lyric Lewin,
'CNN … 'Seattle Times … 'Science Magazine … 'Inhabitat … 'New Scientist … March for Science draws smaller crowds than last year, but attendees are still passionate Publisher: CNNAuthor: Dakin Andone and Lindsay Benson,
'Science Magazine … 'CNN … 'WIRED … 'Inhabitat … 'New Scientist … New Delhi, Berlin, London: Updates from the 2018 March for Science The … is celebrating … And while the numbers may be smaller than last year,
'WIRED … 'New Scientist … 'Newsweek … 'Inhabitat … 'New Scientist … As Scientists March, Federal Researchers Weather Trump Storm Attendance at this weekend's … is expected to be lower than last year's,
'Science Magazine … Scientists uncover the secret behind shimmering seaweed CAMBRIDGE, U.K.'At low tide, the brown seaweed filling tide pools along the coasts of Cornwall and Devon counties in the United Kingdom does not look like much.
'WIRED … 'New Scientist … 'Washington Post … How the March For Science Became a Movement In January 2017, what started as … about the new White House scrubbing all mention of climate change from its official government website became,
'Arizona Daily Star … 'The Mercury News … 'Washington Post … Second local March for Science rally on Sunday at Reid Park March for Science Southern Arizona is holding its second rally with the hopes of evolving into a larger organization that .