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Vatican Observatory and Jesuits: Finding Faith in Science at the Frontiers

In the vast expanse of the cosmos, a unique intersection of faith and science is embodied by Jesuit astronomers. At the Vatican observatory, Jesuits look daily into the depths of…

Here we go again: déjà vu

After thinking we were finally going to leave our current spot on Mars, a fault during one of our arm activities has caused us to stay another sol. This setback…

J Doyne Farmer: Transforming Economics through the Lens of Chaos Theory and Complexity Science

In 2006, economists at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York became concerned about the overheating US housing market. They worried that the bubble might burst and used their best…

Children Discover Marine Ecosystems at Aquarium Science Camp

This summer, children have the chance to participate in an educational and engaging experience through Heal the Bay’s Aquarium Science Camp in Santa Monica. The camp focuses on teaching kids…

Greyhills Academy girls dominate Arizona science fair with impressive victories | Navajo-Hopi Observer

Greyhills Academy High School in Tuba City recently participated in the 2024 Arizona Science and Engineering Fair held from April 4-6 in Tempe. During the fair, seniors Daneyah Chief and…

MVU to Take Part in the 2024 Vermont Science, Technology, Engineering & Math Fair alongside Schools

Six students from Missisquoi Valley Union participated in the Vermont State Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) Fair on March 30 at Norwich University. These students were finalists in the…

My Experience with Science at Caltech – A Reflection

On the morning of April 11th, I headed over to Caltech’s Beckman auditorium, expecting to attend a typical genius lecture. However, what I experienced was far beyond my expectations. The…

Genetic Engineer Awarded Prestigious Scientific Prize for Breakthrough Cancer Treatment

French-Canadian scientist Michel Sadelain was honored with the Breakthrough Prize at a ceremony in Los Angeles for his research in genetically modifying immune cells to combat cancer. Sadelain’s work on…

Mad Science with Solar Shelley at WPL

The Walpole Public Library (WPL) has been hosting Mad Science of Southern Ma & RI throughout the month of March. Every Thursday, Mad Scientist Solar Shelly presents on various science,…

Prioritize Science Over Business When Handling Pesticides

Congratulations are in order for the recent series addressing the abnormally high cancer rates in Iowa. The Gazette recently published a column and a letter discussing farm chemicals and pesticides,…