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American Science & Surplus
Science is best learned in hands-on mode. Unfortunately, not everyone has access to a fully kitted-out science lab. If you do, that’s great. If not, there’s always American Science and Surplus. Source: American Science & Surplus
What’s Up for July, 2016
Astronomical events in the northern hemisphere for July, 2016, from NASA.
What’s Up for June, 2016
Astronomical events in the northern hemisphere for June, 2016, from NASA.
What’s Up for May, 2016
Astronomical events in the northern hemisphere for May, 2016, from NASA.
“Dino 101: Dinosaur Paleobiology” at the University of Alberta—a free course through Coursera.
Friday Miscellany — 2015.02.28
This week: climate change denial and the hidden role of dark money.
Friday Miscellany — 2015.01.03
This week: new evidence for Mars water, the Kepler spacecraft’s latest discovery, scientists speak out about attacks on science, “Bigfoot” samples analyzed, Möbius ship, and geodesic spheres without glue.
Friday Miscellany — 2014.12.26
This week: the best of 2014 in images, books, and stories.