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Science podcasts: 10 excellent BBC podcasts to boost your brain
(Feb 2019) Every week, the biggest names in science, nature and technology sit down with the thoroughly . Each month the team behind BBC Sky at Night Magazine look at the big space and astronomy stories to eme

The Week in Tech: A Break From Consumer Tech
(Feb 2019) That was a high-profile science project that proved more difficult . For a rich, enlightening read, I recommend a piece in this week’s New York Times Magazine, “The Secret History of Women in Coding

CAST is ready to kick off Science and Technology Week 2019
on 18th of Feb 2019 It’s that time of the year! The College of Applied Science and Technology (CAST) is proud to announce Science and Technology Week 2019, aimed at celebrating advancements in science and technology. Thi

Learn the science of flirting at the Memorial Union this week
(Feb 2019) With Valentine’s Day fast approaching, Iowa State’s Lectures program will be hosting Jeffrey Hall, associate professor of communication studies at the University of Kansas, to discuss the science behi

Essential Science: 2019, year of the Periodic Table
(Feb 2019) This interesting video from Science Magazine ponders the possibilities . This article is part of Digital Journal’s regular Essential Science columns. Each week Tim Sandle explores a topical and impo

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