Most high school students spend their summer hanging out at the mall or chilling at the shore. But each year a handful of students from NYC high schools spend their break peering through fancy microscopes at The Institute for Ultrafast Spectroscopy and Lasers (IUSL) of the City University of New York at The City College of New York.
A new study looks at the role of nitric oxide (NO) in brain tissue in simulated ischemia in rats. The study seeks to cast light on NO as a signalling molecule in a modeled ischemic and hemorrhagic insult.
Read the previous installment of “Sacrificing Scientific Skepticism” here, and the first installment here. Summary: A veteran science journalist looks back 15-plus years of reporting on science and climate issues to offer key lessons—and warning—about climatology. Thanks to a…
Tomlyn Veterinary Science is partnering with cat expert and animal advocate Jackson Galaxy to promote the company’s Pill Masker paste for cats and dogs.
Two Irish secondary students are hoping to make it to the global stage of the SciFest competition with their agri-inspired projects.
The Lovie Awards might sound like a celebration of the very best in theatrical hams, but they’ve actually been banging the gong for technology pioneers for years. Next week is the seventh Lovie Awards – and the best and brightest in the European web scene are being honoured in London.The Lovie Awards announce the full list of winners ahead of the event. This time around this includes budding filmmakers, scientists who gather data with the help of video games, and the inventor of a fundamental part of modern communication.