Crime Scene Science: There are many specialists that are needed in order to solve crimes. From forensic scientists to detectives and more, the modern technology we use to solve crimes is astounding. All of the details of the process come together to uncover details in a crime case.
Robert J. Hohman, Ph.D., Research Technologies Branch Chief and Associate Director for Research Technologies, overlooks Staff #scientist Ming Zhao as he separates and analyzes a protein sample submitted by a NIAID #researcher. During the past 30 years, the Research Technologies Branch has supported NIAID investigator's #bioinformatics needs, evaluated new #technology, and developed project-specific applications.
Team of Scientists Counter UN IPCC: ‘Focus on stopping global warming and extreme weather is unscientific and immoral ‘ Aussie Geologist Dr. Bob Carter: 'Today’s climate and extreme weather are well within the bounds of natural variability and the intensity and magnitude of extreme events is not increasing'
Your budding scientist will love this simple quantity STEM investigation. Perfect for preschoolers and kindergarteners this open-ended experiment will give kids practice counting and comparing numbers #preschoolSTEM#STEMexperiment#preschoolmath via Kim- Life Over C's
HOUSE SCIENCE COMMITTEE WANTS TO INVESTIGATE A GOVERNMENT SCIENTIST FOR DOING SCIENCE Republicans on the House Science Committee are accusing Linda Birnbaum, director of the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, of lobbying.
Two new NASA missions are teaming up to explore the boundary between Earth and space. Scott England, associate professor in the Kevin T. Crofton Department of Aerospace and Ocean Engineering, is working on both explorer-class missions as the project scientist for ICON and co-investigator on the GOLD mission.
Republicans on House science panel suggest top environmental health scientist broke antilobbying law - for writing an editorial urging citizens to advocate for environmental protection laws. NIEHS Director Linda Birnbaum says she violated no ethics laws however and some legal experts agree.
A Queen's University Belfast scientist has recreated the first ever mini version of a GRB in a laboratory, opening up a whole new way to investigate their properties and potentially unlocking some of the mysteries around alien civilisation