science in the news

In 2015 the online medical journal Cochrane reported on a review of studies concerned with the idea of using the pseudovitamin, inositol, to prevent Gestational diabetes. A wonderful magazine, chock full of interesting, up to date science stories/news that appeals to both the layman and the science enthusiast. Now that we have entered a new year, we want to share and celebrate some of your 2016 highlights in the best way we know how: through numbers. However only those who read a news blog or watched a news channel would have known not to go ahead and book any last minute flights.

Although the global economic crisis has no doubt affected the popularity of these courses, two significant television events which took place in the first half of the 2000s may be seen to have kick-started the widespread interest: News coverage of the 9/11 terrorist attacks in 2001 and CSI: Crime Scene Investigation in 2000. There tends to be a huge tug-war about the subject of science vs. God, regardless of the response.

The first person that would feel happy in the achievement of students in terms of learning Earth Science is the teacher. The annual Harvard IT Summit at Sanders Theatre brought together professionals, key partners, and faculty for a day of programming and sessions to explore technology innovations and best practices in higher education. This blog is written to discuss important and recent discoveries and news in science, and at the same time, dispel myths and inaccuracies associated with this science presented in the news. A Harvard study links an individual’s psychological basis for enforcing group hierarchies to national indicators.

Undergraduate and graduate students have the chance to learn from world-class faculty utilizing state-of-the art resources in the highly ranked educational setting of the College of Science. This will gauge the reading level of the First Year students so that the school, especially the teachers can identify who among the students are non-readers or has poor reading comprehension.

Jonny Kim, a Harvard Medical School graduate and former Navy SEAL, has been selected to join NASA’s next astronaut class. In my first year of teaching, classroom discipline is really an issue for me. I easily got irritated by students who were noisy, always going outside the classroom without valid reasons, and students yelling or fighting with each other.