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Baltimore boasts a lineup of science and technology events this week
on 21st of May 2019 there’s plenty to do if you’re on the lookout for upcoming science and tech events. Read on for what to look out for, coming up this week in Baltimore. Hoodline offers data-driven analysis of local

Can science explain everything? – Michael Blastland
(May 2019) He talks to Helen Glenny, editorial assistant at BBC Science Focus Magazine, in this week’s episode of the Science Focus Podcast. If you like what you hear, then please rate, review, and share with

Newt Gingrich: Dinosaurs and a revolution in science portrayed right before your eyes
(May 2019) It was huge and Time Magazine highlighted it as an example of how different . and special exhibits – is a remarkable combination of cutting-edge science and cutting-edge curation. The T. rex exhibit

ICYMI: BEYA founders recognized by National Science Board
(May 2019) In case you missed it, Eugene DeLoatch and Tyrone Taborn (photo taken at a BEYA event) were honored this week at a ceremony . minorities in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM). He

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Did you see that strange blue light? It was blue and sort of glowing.

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