Hate your face mask? There’s hope | Science

BOULDER, COLORADO—In the shipping room of his factory here, Richard Gordon pulls open the drawer of a restaurant-style convection oven to show off a tray filled with his company new, freshly sterilized product: multicolored face masks that feature an origami design. “I thought the masks were a total horror,” Gordon says. “They looked awful, felt … Read more

Saban Center update highlights focus on sports science, learning

An updated plan for the Saban Center brings a four-pronged science learning component to the offerings of the Children’s Hands-On Museum and Tuscaloosa Children’s Theater. That was part of the announcement made Wednesday in a City Hall-produced video featuring University of Alabama head football coach Nick Saban and his wife, Terry. “This learning hub will … Read more

Kevin Eppes Earns Outstanding Student in Science, Mathematics Award at VSU

May 18, 202222-82 Jessica PopeCommunications and Media Relations Coordinator Kevin John Eppes Jr. of Valdosta, Georgia, is the recipient of the 2022 Outstanding Student in Science and Mathematics Award at Valdosta State University. He graduated summa cum laude with a Bachelor of Science in Biology and a Minor in Chemistry during VSU’s 233rd Commencement on … Read more

ULM School of Allied Health teaches students science and soft skills

Tweet tweet button for twitter Published May 18, 2022 The ULM Career Center and ULM School of Allied Health have collaborated to design and implement an innovative, multi-day program to train students in soft skills such as professionalism, networking and communication. The program kicked off with a 3-hour interactive Skills Camp Workshop held on April … Read more

Elon University / Today at Elon / #ElonGrad 2022 spotlight: Grace Holmes, exercise science

In this series, Elon College, the College of Arts and Sciences is shining the spotlight on distinguished members of the Class of 2022 from a wide array of disciplines. Elon College Fellow Grace Holmes ’22 is the recipient of the Department of Exercise Science’s 2022 Outstanding Senior Research Award for her examination of college students’ … Read more

Seminar Series – Climate Wars | News | Department of Political Science

In the final NDISC Seminar Series event for the 2021-22 school year, the Notre Dame International Security Center welcomed Boston University political science professor and department chair Dr. Neta Crawford to campus. In addition to her role at Boston University, Dr. Crawford is also a co-director of the Cost of War Project at Brown University. … Read more

MilliporeSigma Announces the Expansion of Hands-On Science Education Program with Kick-off of Global Curiosity Cube® Mobile Lab

“At the Life Science business of Merck KGaA, Darmstadt, Germany, our purpose is to positively impact life and health with science. To continue to advance scientific progress, we need to inspire school-age children to start experiencing the possibilities of science at an early age, “said Matthias HeinzelMember of the Executive Board of Merck KGaA, Darmstadt, … Read more

Announcements | NSF – National Science Foundation

Announcement 2022 EPSCoR RII Track-1 awardees to build more adaptive and resilient research infrastructure for next-generation technology development NSF EPSCoR advances geographic diversity in STEM by funding research infrastructure improvement projects in 28 eligible jurisdictions. Credit: Nicolle Fuller, Sayo Studios May 17, 2022 A robust research infrastructure that can adapt and evolve with … Read more

Utah joins national movement to retrain teachers on the ‘science of reading’

“What a waste of time.” That was the thought third grade teacher Cassie White had when she first learned she’d be forced to start a new training program. It was around January 2021, the second pandemic school year. Most kids in her district, Duchesne County, and her school, Centennial Elementary in Roosevelt, were back in … Read more