when meteorites slam into the moon they undoubtedly kick up a little dust and a study published in april sugge
When meteorites slam into the moon, they undoubtedly kick up a little dust. And a study published in April suggested they also shake loose quite a bit of water—something on the order of 200 tons each year. #SpaceScienceSummer#Apollo50th
researchers have created a polymer fiber for artificial that can lift more than 650 times their own weight and
Researchers have created a polymer fiber for artificial #muscles that can lift more than 650 times their own weight and withstand strains of more than 1,000%, while remaining resilient over thousands of use cycles. via @sciencemagazine ($)
among the words forbidden to be used in budget documents are evidence based and science based here s a word th
"Among the words forbidden to be used in budget documents are 'evidence-based' and 'science-based.' Here's a word that's still allowed: ridiculous." - , CEO, American Association for the Advancement of Science
the has reached earths melting poles icebridge a decadelong nasa campaign meant to secure a seamless record of
The #GovernmentShutdown has reached Earth’s melting poles. IceBridge, a decadelong NASA campaign meant to secure a seamless record of ice loss, has had to sacrifice at least half of what was supposed to be its final spring deployment.
the for women in science fellowship program honors exceptional female scientists with 60000 grants if you are
The For Women in Science fellowship program honors exceptional female scientists with $60,000 grants. If you are looking to advance your postdoctoral research and serve as a role model for the next generation of , apply by#WomenInSTEMFeb. 1!