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Evolution's Narrow View

Some years ago I watched part of a PBS program hosted by Alan Alda. (Yes, the Alan Alda of Mash fame.) The program, Scientific American Frontiers… 602 more words


Communication in Science: ‘Ignorance is a wonderful thing with a little curiosity attached to it’

by Celeste Mallama, PhD student

“Not even my parents know what I do.”

This is a common gripe amongst graduate student in the STEM (science, technology, engineering, mathematics) fields. 1,201 more words

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Alan Alda at SCSU

The remarkable Alan Alda visited Southern Connecticut State University this past Friday, May 5th. He recently published a book about his time spent hosting PBS’s Scientific American Frontiers. 167 more words

Reconnections and Remembrances

Funny thing about this August – I’ve had the chance to catch up in person with quite a number of high school friends – some of whom I haven’t seen in about 16-17 years. 625 more words


Discoveries in Science

I recently watched an episode of Scientific American Frontiers, entitled, “Cybersenses.”  The program featured discoveries that are beginning to allow the deaf to hear and the blind to see. 88 more words

Evolution's Narrow View

Last night I watched part of a PBS program hosted by Alan Alda. Yes, the Alan Alda of Mash fame. The program, Scientific American Frontiers… 576 more words


Underwater Airplane...

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