Posts tagged ‘science’
See it today, or wait another hundred years or so.
How and why the sand dunes of Mars move around the planet
What it takes to schedule research time on the Hubble.
Why are Passover and Easter still dependent on the phases of the moon? We ask CCBC Catonsville astronomy professor Fred Hickok, who recently gave a talk at the Benjamin Banneker Planetarium called “Easter and the Changing Moon.”
Why this universe ain’t big enough for two theories on expansion.
Poet and scientist Michael Salcman on his latest work.
What can science tell us about why we get so attached to our little puppy-wuppy oh who’s the widdle pup–uh, sorry, still getting that oxytocin out of our system. Tom Hall talks to author Meg Olmert about her book “Made for Each Other: The Biology of the Human-Animal Bond.”
Dancing about science!
A new stem cell research initiative from the University of Maryland with an unusual backer: the Vatican.
Ellen Silbergeld on what we need to know about nanomaterials.