More science articles by Schindler, please

More science articles by Schindler, please

Arizona Daily SunFeb. 28, 2018
Perhaps Mr. Schindler could be encouraged to write other articles about the discoveries made by Flagstaff scientists. He is knowledgeable and he is a good writer. The story of Flagstaff’s contributions to science and technology deserves to be told. Mr. Schindler’s writing make it easy to understand.
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Our science communication training is free again. Here’s why

Massive16 hours ago
Every day, readers use our chat-bot feature to ask amazing questions of our scientists. Mostly, they want to know how they can use the information in our articles to make more informed health and safety decisions and environmentally conscious choices in their everyday lives. It turns out that our community …
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Good news for US science in federal funding law

Chemical & Engineering News18 hours ago
After a year of fighting for even the slightest acknowledgment for research, the fiscal 2018 law will bring R&D spending to $176.8 billion, its highest ever level when adjusted for inflation, and up 12.8% from 2017, according to the American Association for the Advancement of Science’s Budget & Policy …
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Journalists aren’t quoting women in science articles. Diverse …

Student Press Law CenterMar. 19, 2018
Mollie Bloudoff-Indelicato, a freelance science journalist based out of Washington, D.C., published a series of articles on a tight deadline in 2017 when she realized something — all of her sources were white men. So she created a tool to connect journalists with diverse scientists. Diverse Sources was …
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Humanities and science collaboration isn’t well understood, but …

The Conversation UK21 hours ago
Debates about the need for the humanities and sciences to work together suffer from repetition compulsion. Too frequently, those writing on the subject immediately turn to the work of chemist and novelist C.P. Snow on the “two cultures” – a lecture that was written nearly 60 years ago. Since then, there have …
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Learn to tell science stories

Nature.comMar. 8, 2018
The names will be familiar to readers of the Scottish author Iain M. Banks (who died in 2013) as based on spacecraft from his Culture series of science-fiction novels. And Banks is about to get an even wider audience: tech entrepreneur Jeff Bezos is also a fan, and his firm Amazon has announced plans to …
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US kids’ doodles of scientists reveal changing gender stereotypes

Nature.comMar. 19, 2018
To investigate how children’s drawings have changed, a team of psychology researchers combined and analysed the results of 78 “draw-a-scientist” studies that examined doodles made between 1966 and 2016 (see ‘Sketching scientists‘). Together, these analyses have asked more than 20,000 US kids …
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Canadian science wins billions in new budget

Nature.comFeb. 28, 2018
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s administration released its 2018 budget on 27 February and scientists couldn’t be happier. It includes almost Can$4 billion (US$3.1 billion) in new funding for science over the next five years, a significant portion of which will go to the country’s three granting …
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The EPA Cleans Up Its Science

Wall Street Journal13 hours ago
The Environmental Protection Agency will no longer rely on “secret” scientific data to justify regulations, Administrator Scott Pruitt announced last week. EPA regulators and agency-funded researchers have become accustomed to producing unaccountable, dodgy science to advance a political agenda.
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US scientists plot return to the Moon’s surface

Nature.comMar. 6, 2018
When Apollo astronaut Eugene Cernan stepped off the Moon in December 1972, it marked the end of US researchers’ access to the lunar surface. Since then, no US mission has touched down there to collect scientific data. That could soon change. In December, President Donald Trump ordered NASA to …

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