Darwin's 198th Birthday will occur on Monday, February 12, 2007; it will also be the 148th Anniversary of the publication of his famous book, On The Origin of Species.
Experts mull the need to educate the future workforce for careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM).
It’s time for Mars to again dominate the night sky. Every two plus years, Earth catches up and passes by Mars. The perfect time to introduce children to astronomy.
“Building Community: The Emerging EPO Profession” conference kicked off yesterday in Tucson, Arizona.
If science centers avoid presenting the factual basis for the theory of evolution, they do a disservice to the public—those who question evolution and those who do not.
Science is a self-correcting system that provides humans with powerful descriptions that allow us to understand and predict how the natural world works.
Teaching the age and history of our planet takes us back about 4.6 billion years; but it is included in only 55% of our 50 State’s science education standards. This is a problem.
Since the 1992 announcement of pulsar planets by Alex Wolszczan, more than 130 giant (Jupiter and Saturn size) planets in orbit about nearby stars have been discovered using ground-based telescopes.