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Can science prevent nuclear war?

December 5, 2013 This certainly seems like a funny question. more »»

Pushing microscopes to their limits (and beyond)

November 21, 2013 A long time ago, it seemed like light microscopes (the kind of microscope you use to look at things with visible light) had reached their limit. more »»

How a printer will change the world

November 7, 2013 Imagine a world in which you could print anything that you desired, needing only the aid of a computer and a fancy printer. more »»

Change science education with changing times

October 24, 2013 (Editor’s note: When Jeremie Fish’s column ran two weeks ago, we announced it would be his last; however, he has since decided to continue it. more »»

Confirmation bias and its dangers

October 10, 2013 We are all guilty of it, even yours truly. What exactly is confirmation bias? It is when you cherry-pick facts to uphold a pre-held belief. more »»

LIGO: the next big thing to look forward to

September 19, 2013 There has been much talk recently of the LHC (Large Hadron Collider) yet very little of anything else (at least in the media. more »»

The god particle: why it is important

September 5, 2013 The Higgs boson has long been an obsession of the particle physics community. more »»

Funding science

August 22, 2013 Why am I funding this? Why waste the money on new telescopes and physics labs? These are certainly valid questions, especially in tight economic times. more »»

Have antibiotics become less useful?

August 8, 2013 Imagine the world in 1928. At that time most bacterial diseases were untreatable, though it had been discovered that some molds could inhibit the growth of bacteria. more »»

Are genetically modified foods really so bad?

July 25, 2013 It seems like an issue that is constantly there, genetically modified foods, and yet there is so much bad information out there, an informed decision is difficult to make. more »»

Be careful. Correlation does not mean causation

July 11, 2013 The pressure of our current science culture to publish first and publish fast has its positives and negative. more »»

Big science does happen in small places

June 27, 2013 It might seem like our area, without a major research university close by, would not have any science happening here. more »»

Food-borne illnesses kill thousands

June 13, 2013 According to the Centers for Disease Control, 48 million people in the U.. more »»

Facts about lightning

May 30, 2013 (Editor’s note: The Enterprise welcomes Jeremie Fish today. His science column, The Scientific Mind, will appear every other Thursday on this page and on the Enterprise website. more »»

 
 

 

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