Science & Society

  1. Science & Society

    There’s nothing special about thinking that kids think they’re extra special

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  2. Science & Society

    Movie heists notwithstanding, when crime does pay, it’s not very much

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  3. Science & Society

    Measuring how well kids do science

    On June 19, the National Assessment of Educational Progress released the first national report card gauging the performance in hand-on and research-oriented interactive computer tasks by U.S. children. And the overall grades: Well, they show lots of room for improvement.

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  4. Science & Society

    Science Future for June 30, 2012

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  5. Science & Society

    Despite more time for celebrity news, duration of fame remains the same

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  6. Science & Society

    Here’s looking at how the usual suspect film quotes go ahead and make your day

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  7. Science & Society

    The Science Life: Scientific method acting

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  8. Humans

    Weighing the costs of conferencing

    A provocative editorial in the Journal of the American Medical Association questions the value of attending scientific conferences. It’s a theme that reemerges every few years. And in times of tight budgets, the idea seems worth revisiting.

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    When it comes to food, it’s kosher for science and religion to mix

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  10. Science & Society

    90th Anniversary Issue: 2000s

    Genomics and other highlights, 2000–2011

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    90th Anniversary Issue: 1990s

    Detecting climate change and other highlights, 1990–99

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    90th Anniversary Issue: 1980s

    Solving the AIDS puzzle and other highlights, 1980–89

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