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'Benevolent sexism' is not an oxymoron and has insidious consequences for women, experts argue

'Benevolent sexism' is not an oxymoron and has insidious consequences for women, experts argue

ScienceDaily: Cancer's Potential on-off Switch Linked to Epigenetics/ Boston University

Research team developing injectable treatment for soldiers wounded in battle

Hydrogel injections could increase wounded soldier survival rates

Could a technique to improve efficiency bring the incandescent bulb a more prominent place in homes?

Could a technique to improve efficiency bring the incandescent bulb a more prominent place in homes?

CanSat Competition

CanSat Competition

The NAE's Center for Engineering, Ethics, and Society (CEES) has just released a new report summarizing 3 workshops on the interactions of climate change with engineered systems in society and the educational efforts needed to address them. The workshops were the result of a NSF funded Climate Change Educational Partnership focused on defining and characterizing the societal and educational challenges posed by the interactions.

The Climate Change Educational Partnership: Climate Change, Engineered Systems, and Society: A Report of Three Workshops

How the Canadian Provinces and Territories Got Their Names

How the Canadian Provinces and Territories Got Their Names

“Invisible” infrared light made human-visible

"Invisible" infrared light made human-visible

The only way the world can meet future electricity demands is through the use of nuclear energy, writes Michael Munro. "Nuclear power is an incredibly efficient electricity source, which cannot be matched by any of the competing energy sources," he writes.

Nuclear Power, Renewable Energy, Coal, And Electric Vehicles - The Future Of Electricity

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