BBC Radio 4's PM programme brings in a week's worth of scientists
The Chancellor announces £600m in funding over three years for UK science, focussing on areas in which the UK stands to gain global leadership.
Eckerd College will open new science building
$25 million facility emphasizes environmental sustainability
A congressionally mandated report from the National Research Council found serious…
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Some Dinos’ Teeth Rivaled Mammals’ for Plant-Chewing
The teeth of duck-billed dinosaurs called "hadrosaurids" were far more complex than those of other reptiles, according to a new study. In fact, they were much more like the teeth of horses, bison or elephants, which are built for grinding tough, gritty plant material, the researchers say.
Marlene R. Cohen wins Eppendorf/Science Prize for Research into the Wandering Mind
The University of Pittsburgh neurobiologist is being honored for work into the neural basis of internal mental states—and especially for what happens when our minds wander.
Scientific Assessment Crucial to Protecting Torture Victims, Experts Say at AAAS
For torture victims fleeing their home countries, hard proof can help win asylum in the U.S. But proof requires a rigorous assessment, scientific and legal experts said at AAAS.