Book Overview Flung thousands of light years distant in a terrible accident, the crew of the Talisman must make their way back to Earth by crossing a vast volume of hostile space. The Talisman– a medical and science vessel manned … Continue reading Book Review: Talisman of Earth by A.S. Deller
Book Overview An incisive, groundbreaking book that examines how a biological concept of race is a myth that promotes inequality in a supposedly “post-racial” era. Though the Human Genome Project proved that human beings are not naturally divided by race, … Continue reading Book Review: Fatal Invention: How Science, Politics, and Big Business Re-create Race in the Twenty-First Century by Dorothy Roberts⠀
Here are 10 Questions Scientists Don’t Have Answers To. You could be the Scientist that answers these for us! #stayinschool 1. How did life start on Earth? There are many theories that attempt to answer this question but even people who have … Continue reading Do you or someone you know want to be a Scientist?
Do human beings have a magnetic sense? Biologists knowother animals do. They think it helps creatures including bees, turtles and birds navigate through the world. Scientists have tried to investigate whether humans belong on the list of magnetically sensitive organisms. For decades, … Continue reading Humans Can Sense Earth’s Magnetic Field, Brain Imaging Study Says
Our brains, like everything else about our bodies, change as we age. But the changes that happen to the Alzheimer’s brain are not part of the normal aging process. Researchers have struggled to understand the underlying mechanisms that lead some … Continue reading Sleep Deprivation Causes Alzheimer’s Protein to Build up in the Brain
The link between gamma ray bursts (GRBs) and supernovae has been a confusing one. GRBs are highly energetic jets that blast from massive star explosions, but not all powerful supernovae produce them. Their sporadic nature has puzzled scientists for decades, … Continue reading Astronomers May Have Finally Connected Supernovae and Gamma Ray Bursts
Women’s biological clocks drive human conception—and, in turn, human history. Biology’s inflexible window of female fertility is generally agreed to be between the ages 18 and 35. Any older, and the risk of miscarrying, not getting pregnant at all, or bearing … Continue reading Science will free women from their biological clocks