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This Week's Sci-Light!
Fish & Wildlife Svc employee photo “To stand at the edge of the sea, to sense the ebb and flow of the tides, to feel the breath of a mist moving over a great salt marsh, to watch the flight of shore birds that have swept up and down the surf lines of the co...
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As I close out the year and enjoy some great food, long-time friends, and family gatherings, I wanted to share one last post with you.  Surprisingly, it is an interdisciplinary look at a holiday classic--peppermint--with a USC twist (no pun intended). The v...
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Image credit: ESA and the Planck Collaboration Not many weeks ago, I blogged about a probe that landed on a comet and sent footage to Earth.  While that probe sits in the dark unable to recharge its batteries, we, still benefiting from the sun's rays, consi...
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I've often said to students that scientific knowledging is expanding by looking at smaller and smaller scales while at the same time considering larger, more expansive questions.  Last week's blog about the probe landing on a comet was an example of a large...
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Some radio data suggests the probe  may be about 1km from the intended landing site The European Space Agency (Esa) launched the Rosetta satellite in 2004 hoping to learn more about the origins of our Solar System by landing a probe on a comet.  Ten years, ...
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Last week's blog focused on undergraduate opportunities for doing science through programs offered across the country.  This week, I want to shift to another group of students who are looking for ways to engage in learning by doing --high school students.  ...
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Perhaps you've been encouraged to try new things or engage in activities before and felt a little hesitant.  I would say that you were not alone.  For me, it was learning to ski during my forties.  I had tried the sport in my twenties, but I didn't really t...
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I'm blogging!  For those of you who read last week's blog, my microchange is working (confused...last weeks blog will clarify!). Today's post features Science 360 , a site showing funded National Science Foundation research that will be sure to engage the S...
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