- University of Southern Colorado (SCSC)Behavioral Sciences & Education, 1965 - 1972
- University of New Mexico - AlbuquerqueTeaching Education & Educ Technologies, 1981 - 1984
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2,000-year-old handwritten documents found in London mud (Update)
They came, they saw, they got down to business.
Nanotechnology improves holographic capabilities by encoding light polar...
Holograms are a ubiquitous part of our lives. They are in our wallets—protecting credit cards, cash and driver's licenses from fraud—in groc
Meet the nanomachines that could drive a medical revolution
A group of physicists recently built the smallest engine ever created from just a single atom. Like any other engine it converts heat energy
TJN unveils its new Financial Secrecy Index - Tax Justice Network
Today the Tax Justice Network launches the 2015 Financial Secrecy Index, the biggest ever survey of global financial secrecy. This unique in
We should broaden our view of science if it's to help make good public p...
Actor and science advocate Alan Alda will address the National Press Club today, talking about the importance of communicating science to th
Fish and insects guide design for future contact lenses
Making the most of the low light in the muddy rivers where it swims, the elephant nose fish survives by being able to spot predators amongst
Trapped in amber: Flower identified as new species
A Rutgers scientist has identified a flower trapped in ancient amber as belonging to a species completely new to science.
Researchers use computed microtomography to identify well preserved foss...
Ludwig Maximilian University researchers have used computed microtomography (micro-CT) to identify to the species level an exceptionally wel
New micro-CT scanner allows inside view of even the tiniest fossils
Encased in hard rock, the bones of many fossilized mammals are only partially visible for scientists to study. A poor attempt to take apart
Billions wasted on unused portions of cancer drugs
TRENTON, N.J. — High prices for cancer medicines aren’t the only reason they cost insurers and patients so much. Waste pads the bill, a stud
Virtual museum brings thousands of digital specimens to the desktop in 3-D
Duke assistant professor Doug Boyer's office is more than 8,000 miles away from the vault at the University of Witwatersrand in Johannesburg
Alpha Centauri—our first target for interstellar probes?
With the completion of New Horizons' Pluto fly-by, its primary mission, should we now set our sights even higher, ambitiously taking aim at