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Canadian Twitter may truly be a nicer place. Researcher Bryor Snefjella says Canadians tend to tweet more positive words compared to their American counterparts.
Bees exposed to a type of insecticides called neonicotinoids dramatically changed their behavior — becoming sluggish, antisocial and spending less time caring for the colony’s young, researchers say.
NASA’s Charlie Sobeck, former manager of the Kepler Space Telescope mission, discusses the monumental findings of the spacecraft and NASA’s decision to retire it in orbit.
The Technology and Society Certificate Program will screen the final director’s cut of Bladerunner, Friday Oct 19, 7pm, at the Athena Theater. The event is free and open to the public.
The 9th annual Appalachian Ohio Mathematics and Science Teaching Research Symposium (AppO MaSTRS 9) will be hosted on October 6th from 8:30 am -3:00 pm in Morton Hall on Ohio University’s campus. This year’s theme is Initiating Critical Conversations About STEM Education. The event is for mathematics and science pre-service and in-service teachers, school administrators,… Read More
Astronomers have found a distant dwarf planet that appears to confirm the existence of Planet Nine, a giant planet lurking in the outer reaches of the solar system.
Many social sciences experiments couldn’t be reproduced in a new study, thus calling into question their findings. The field of social science is pushing hard to improve its scientific rigor.
Scientists are learning more about how our gut microbes may influence dieting. A small new study finds successful dieters have a different mix of bacteria than less-successful dieters.
How much damage a bullet does when fired at the human body hinges on physics. Our latest “Let’s Talk” video shows and explains why certain types of ammunition cause greater havoc than others.
Researchers wanted to know why certain infections were increasing in hospitals. They were surprised by what they found.