"Science" Blogs & Blog Posts

PhysOrgPhysOrg

Physorg.com internet news portal provides the latest news on science

 
Watchful eyes, thoughtful mindWatchful eyes, thoughtful mind

@WETM_blog trying to make a difference in the world of science and eco-awar...

 
The ThinkerThe Thinker

Critical thinking, applied to social, political, economic, and technical is...

 
An Englishman's CastleAn Englishman's Castle

A rural gentleman's sceptical views o the world - since 2003

 
Progressive UProgressive U

Students and professionals from all over the world come together to discuss...

 
Doug's DarkworldDoug's Darkworld

War, history, and science in a fractured world. A hopefully educated and ob...

 
PodBlack CatPodBlack Cat

Science, superstitions and skeptical life - a female's token skeptic b...

 


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After months of waiting, NASA finally has a leader again.  Oklahoma congressman Jim Bridenstine — President Donald Trump's pick to lead the space agency — was just confirmed by the Senate to become the next NASA administrator after a...

Oil spills are disastrous for the environment, but a newly developed absorbent polymer could prove a novel cleaning solution. Developed by Australian and European researchers, with details published in the journal Advanced Sustainable Systems, the ma...

Prenetics, a Hong Kong-based startup that offers genetic testing services for patients, is expanding outside of Asia and into the consumer space after it acquired London-based company DNAFit. The deal — which a source told TechCrunch is worth $...

SpaceX has successfully deployed NASA's new exoplanet-hunting telescope into high Earth orbit. From there, it will get a gravity assist from the moon and enter a wide orbit, beginning its mission. Meanwhile, back on the surface, the Falcon 9's first...

In the ongoing race to build the best and smartest applications that tap into the advances of artificial intelligence, a startup out of London has raised a large round of funding to double down on solving persistent problems in areas like healthcare...

When I was about 10 or 11 years old, I went with friends and their family to a free music festival at Druridge Bay in Northumberland. The event was organised as a protest against plans to build a nuclear power station at this site. 40+ years later, t...

It's almost time for SpaceX to launch NASA's TESS, a space telescope that will search for exoplants more across nearly the entire night sky. The launch has been delayed more than once already: originally scheduled for March 20, it slipped to April 16...