Archives for June 2015
Researchers at the University of Copenhagen have recently added a new element to the global GMO debate. “Rewilding” is defined as genetically reintroducing plant genes that have long ago been bred out of them. Take a gene or two from … Read more
New scientific discoveries are constantly being made, allowing us to better understand the world we live in. Through the scientific method, humans are answering some of life’s great questions. Without such experimentation we wouldn’t be able to harness the power … Read more
The Science Advisory Board study shows that women see barriers to entering scientific careers and face challenges in the workplace.
ARLINGTON, VA (June 12, 2015) — Recent global survey reveals that female scientists are more likely to be dissatisfied … Read more
We rely on the government to help protect and inform us on issues related to health, but when it comes to food and dietary regulation there is a debate about what is protective and what is invasive. For example, United … Read more
As the line separating scientific fiction and reality continues to fade, it has become apparent that manned missions to planets in our solar system are probable. One particular location, Mars (and it’s two moons, Phobos & Deimos,) is the logical … Read more