Month: April 2010

Fresh from the Labs – 4/27/10

Yet more of the oven fresh goodness straight from the lab as posted on our twitter account @spread_science [Phy] How shape-memory materials remember @ http://bit.ly/cA30Bn [Phy] Researchers develop new brain-like molecular processor @ http://bit.ly/c02iEk [Engineer] UW’s O’Donnell Leads National Summit to “Sexify” Engineering, Inspire Students, Entrepreneurs, VCs @ http://bit.ly/bwkuHc [STEMedu] OSA Foundation to Donate Hundreds

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Through the Looking-Glass : An Exploration of Science and Art

The Columbia Science Review, Scientists and Engineers for a Better Society and the Center for the Study of Science and Religion have joined forces to organize Through the Looking Glass – a science art exhibit aimed at exploring these two seemingly disparate fields. We aim to break down boundaries and create conversation between artists, scientists

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Fresh from the Labs- 4/25/10

Here is a list of today’s articles that we found interesting, as posted on our twitter account @spread_science: [ComSci] Car Steered With Eyes, Computer Scientists Demonstrate @ http://bit.ly/dhnTc7 [Bio] Drinking Green Tea May Protect Eyes @ http://bit.ly/dpsZLo [Neuro] we most enjoy observing the misfortune of someone we envy @ http://bit.ly/8YXKU4 [Tech] Volt Technology Will Only

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