Sheila Donnelly, Charlene Lobo, Jonathan Webb, Daniel Ramp and David Suggett have been promoted to Associate Professors within the UTS Faculty of Science. Science in the News provides opportunities to teach critical thinking, inquiry, and the genre-specific, life-long literacy skill of reading the news. Stem cell science is accelerating development of therapies for diabetes, ALS, other diseases, researchers tell HUBweek sessions. UTS Science won four out of six awards at this year’s UTS Vice-Chancellor’s Awards for Research Excellence.
This special six-page edition contains some of the most important and interesting science stories of 2012, such as the successful landing of the Curiosity rover on Mars; the discovery of Higgs boson particles; melting Arctic sea ice; and several new species.
I still use the app because of the the great science news it organizes, but the advertisements that cover some of the content, and have no X to close them, are very troublesome. Second-year Forensic Biology in Biomedical Science student, Felicity Hall, has recently returned from Romania on month-long archaeology dig. The 2016 North American Conference of the Association for Consumer Research which will be held – for the first time – outside of North America. A Harvard ethicist says we should think not just about what we can do, but what we should do.
A pair of scientists at UTS have received a top prize from a US science firm to assist their research into the efficacy of probiotics in treating depression. SPECIAL 4-PAGE EDITION: Throughout 2011, many significant events and discoveries took place in the field of astronomy.
From a giant storm spinning on Saturn to the last space shuttle landing, from rovers on Mars to robots heading to an asteroid, and from solar flares to the Messenger mission to Mercury, it was an exciting year in science…just like every year! The SJDM executive board will review the set of nominees and make our recommendation to FABBS by November 30, 2016. It’s ok but not keen on the UI. Also very Americanised, would prefer more global science information such as the Futurism app. Ayah Bdeir explains what she thinks the most important things are to prepare today’s kids for the jobs that will emerge tomorrow. As science becomes ever more beset by commercial and ideological pressures, there is urgent need for scientific reporting and analysis from an independent, expert, public interest perspective. A NSW cop laments the shark crisis scaring kids from taking up surfing, a proven diversion from drugs and crime.