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Notes on Science and Film

Still from Teknolust (directed by Lynn Hershman Leeson), courtesy Lynn Hershman Leeson. 1. Once it was engineered by Thomas Edison at the turn of the 19th century, moving image technology was

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The upsurge of lifestyle diseases worries health science professors

A 2013 world Health Organisation (WHO) report states that cancer, diabetes, cardiovascular and chronic respiratory diseases are responsible for 80% of deaths in low and middle income countries.

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South Africa Eyes Hosting Of World Science Forum In 2021

Pretoria, South Africa, Dec. 12, GNA – The South African Cabinet has okayed proposals by its Department of Science and Technology to host the prestigious World Science Forum event for the

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Belarus' Science and Technology Strategy: 2018-2040 aims for intellectual economy

MINSK, 13 December (BelTA) – Science and Technology Strategy: 2018-2040 will ensure the development of the intellectual economy, Chairman of the Presidium of the National Academy of

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As science becomes more international, scientific editorial boards lag behind

While scientists from an increasing number of countries are represented in scientific publications, the editors of scientific journals are a far less diverse group. Credit: Geralt, Pixabay Across

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New degree blends arts, science

University of Otago student Tom Mottershead will today  become the first person to graduate from university with a new bachelor of arts and science degree, which aims to break down barriers

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New degree blends arts and science

University of Otago student Tom Mottershead will today  become the first person to graduate from university with a new bachelor of arts and science degree, which aims to break down barriers

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How To Get Your Kids Into Science This Christmas

We all want to spoil the children in our lives at Christmas time. Some of us like to sneak in a bit of learning too. From an educational perspective, toys are an excellent way to engage all ages

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Green Light for More Taranaki Community Science Projects

Tuesday, 12 December 2017, 10:11 amPress Release: Venture Taranaki Green Light for More Taranaki Community Science Projects Taranaki’s curious minds will be able to explore more ideas with

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South Africa: SA Eyes World Science Forum

South Africa has thrown its hat into the ring to host the World Science Forum in 2021. Initially held only in Hungary, central Europe, this biennial forum decided to increase its global footprint

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