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Chromatic Rules: A New Approach to Makeup Combining Performance and Sustainability for the Modern, Eco-Conscious Consumer

Makeup for NONconformists, Chromatic Rules, is the latest innovation from Lubrizol Life Science Beauty (LLS Beauty). This concept offers consumers a new approach to makeup that combines performance and sustainability.…

Roper Mountain Science Center Receives Generous Donation from Ryobi North America for Public and Educational Programs

On May 29, Roper Mountain Science Center received a generous donation of over $4,000 worth of tools from Ryobi North America. The donation was aimed at enhancing the center’s public…

Expert Punya Rath Promotes Sustainability in Asphalt Pavement Research

Punya Rath, an expert from the University of Missouri‚Äôs Asphalt Pavement and Innovation Lab (MAPIL), has dedicated his career to researching asphalt materials and promoting sustainability. His work with various…

Czech Chemist’s 43-Year-Old Prediction Brings Promethium to Life through Oak Ridge National Lab Discovery

Promethium, an unusual element with the atomic number of 61, was synthesized by scientists in 1945 despite being predicted to exist by Czech chemist Bohuslav Brauner 43 years earlier. Brauner…

Floating Magnetic Ghosts: Simple Science Experiment with Meteorologist Sarah Spivey

Sarah Spivey, a popular Meteorologist on KSAT, is excited to invite parents, teachers, and students to watch her live science experiments. In this latest experiment, Sarah will be creating floating…

Advancing Thermal Emission and Reflection Radiometry: A Collaborative Workshop Brings Together Experts from Japan and the United States

A three-day workshop organized by the Advanced Spaceborne Thermal Emission and Reflection Radiometer (ASTER) Science Team (ST) took place at the offices of Japan Space Systems (JSS) in Tokyo from…

Revolutionizing the Study of Atoms: The Discovery and Implications of Tauonium

Tauonium, a new type of atom, could revolutionize the world of physics. Unlike typical atoms, which are made up of a nucleus and electrons, tauonium would consist of a negatively…

Breaking Barriers: Combining RCTs and Computational Models for Enhanced Credibility in Health Science Research”.

A perspective article published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences on May 15 argues that health science research could benefit from combining traditional trials with computational models.…

Exploring the Depths of Genomics through Hands-On Experiences: National DNA Day Shines a Light on the Importance of Genetic Research in Our Community”.

This year, over 2,800 people gathered to celebrate National DNA Day and learn about the significance of genomic research. The event attracted students, educators, and members of the community who…

Bioinformatics: A Multidisciplinary and Rewarding Career Path in Healthcare

Mark Cameron, an associate professor at the School of Medicine and a bioinformatics scientist, shared his insights about the field and provided guidance to students considering a career in this…