California’s push for computer science education examined

Journal Reference: Paul Bruno, Colleen M. Lewis. Computer Science Trends and Trade-offs in California High Schools. Educational Administration Quarterly, 2021; 0013161X2110548 DOI: 10.1177/0013161X211054801 However, one trade-off of increased enrollments in computing courses may be that students are taking fewer humanities courses such as the arts and social studies, researchers at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign … Read more

Electron conspiracy in a Japanese lattice sample: Kagome metals baffle science

Journal Reference: C. Mielke, D. Das, J.-X. Yin, H. Liu, R. Gupta, Y.-X. Jiang, M. Medarde, X. Wu, H. C. Lei, J. Chang, Pengcheng Dai, Q. Si, H. Miao, R. Thomale, T. Neupert, Y. Shi, R. Khasanov, M. Z. Hasan, H. Luetkens, Z. Guguchia. Time-reversal symmetry-breaking charge order in a kagome superconductor. Nature, 2022; 602 … Read more

Benedict Cumberbatch and Laura Dern will star in Morning, an ambitious science fiction film

Benedict Cumberbatch and Laura Dern will star in Morning an

Laura Dern and Benedict Cumberbatch will star Morning, the new film by Justin Kurzel, director of Macbeth Y Assassin’s Creed. They are also joined by Noah Jupe, who will have a leading role in the film, a futuristic proposal in which it is stated that humanity has come to develop the ability not to sleep … Read more

Will this new superpower molecule revolutionize science?

Journal Reference: Shankar Pandey, Shankar Mandal, Mathias Bogetoft Danielsen, Asha Brown, Changpeng Hu, Niels Johan Christensen, Alina Vitaliyivna Kulakova, Shixi Song, Tom Brown, Knud J. Jensen, Jesper Wengel, Chenguang Lou, Hanbin Mao. Chirality transmission in macromolecular domains. Nature Communications, 2022; 13 (1) DOI: 10.1038/s41467-021-27708-4 Now an international research team reports to have created a powerful … Read more

Leveraging space to advance stem cell science and medicine

Journal Reference: Arun Sharma, Rachel A. Clemens, Orquidea Garcia, D. Lansing Taylor, Nicole L. Wagner, Kelly A. Shepard, Anjali Gupta, Siobhan Malany, Alan J. Grodzinsky, Mary Kearns-Jonker, Devin B. Mair, Deok-Ho Kim, Michael S. Roberts, Jeanne F. Loring, Jianying Hu, Lara E. Warren, Sven Eenmaa, Joe Bozada, Eric Paljug, Mark Roth, Donald P. Taylor, Gary … Read more

Visuals increase consideration; now science explains why

Journal Reference: Shawn R. Gray, Liang Ye, Jing Yong Ye, Martin Paukert. Noradrenergic terminal short-term potentiation enables modality-selective integration of sensory input and vigilance state. Science Advances, 2021; 7 (51) DOI: 10.1126/sciadv.abk1378 In a paper published Dec. 17 in the journal Science Advances, authors from The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio … Read more