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Nature’s Notebook: Through the Eyes of a Citizen Scientist

This guest post by Sharman Apt Russel describes a citizen science experience with the the project, Nature’s Notebook featured on our recent Spring themed newsletter. Check out the rest of the projects on that list here. Nature’s Notebook is also one of more than 800 citizen science projects on SciStarter. Read Full Article Here For…

Google’s Pedestrian Airbag Aims to Deflate Robot Car Fears

Google knows that cuddly car faces may not be enough to get humans to trust their lives with robot cars on the roads. That’s why the technology giant’s plan for self-driving cars may include external airbags to protect pedestrians in case of an accident. But Google’s new patent on pedestrian Read Full Article Here For…

The World at 7 PM: A Survey of Everyday Life

In the Journal of Personality, a new study reports on the uniformity of human experience around the globe: The World at 7: Comparing the Experience of Situations Across 20 Countries The research was an online survey of a total of 5447 people. Each participant was asked to think about what happened Read Full Article Here…

Venom As Medicine Won’t Solve The Lionfish Invasion

The lionfish eating their way through the Atlantic and Caribbean are among the worst marine invasive species to date. Anything we can do to limit their populations is a step in the right direction, thus it’s not surprising that some are getting creative when it comes to control. One of Read Full Article Here For…

In Praise of NASA’s Ambitious Asteroid Grab

If you pay attention to stories about space exploration, you may have seen some skeptical stories about NASA’s proposed Asteroid Redirect Mission. (And even if you don’t follow such things, you might well have been dismayed by headlines announcing a “less ambitious asteroid mission” that is “unlikely to get funded.”) Read Full Article Here For…

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