Sunday, February 28, 2010

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... that sense it is an analog computer, one that can solve a wide range of problems in trigonometry, Greek solar theory, astrology and problems involving time. It was probably developed in ... astrolabe can easily link science to other areas such as literature, religion, mathematics including trigonometry. For example, "The oldest surviving English-language treatise on the astrolabe was written by ...; Accessed 02-28-2010.

Hospital-Acquired Infections Carry Steep Price Tag... Doctors are not exempt from using old-fashioned soap and water to wash their hands.

Feb 26, 2010
"In the News," today was about nosocomial infections (hospital acquired infections). As the, "In the News," box changes daily, here is a link to the article on the topic being discussed...

What can a Single Layer of Cells Control?

Feb 25, 2010
Here's a quote from: Can a single layer of cells control a leaf's size? The role of epidermal cells in determining leaf size and shape Ever looked carefully at the leaves on a plant...

Students aim for Mars: Miko Teaching a New generation of Space Buffs

Feb 25, 2010
Read more here: Christopher Miko is doing a great job creating student interest in science, especially space science. He made some comments on standardized tests, too: Miko...

Attend the Botany Meetings... Help for some undergraduates.

Feb 25, 2010
Increasing Diversity at......Meeting Supported in part by the National Science Foundation's Undergraduate Mentoring in Environmental Biology (UMEB) program, the BSA has offered financial and professional assistance for minority undergraduate...

Ten Tips for Science Fairs...AND...Can you volunteer to help with a Science Fair? A new Science Fair Idea!

Feb 25, 2010
Does your local school need people to volunteer to help with the science fair? Why not find out. Some school's don't have science fair's because there is only one teacher that is willing to do the work associated with science fair. What can you...

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