Click Here to View: Faster, Stronger and Cheaper BY Jonah M. Kessel and Taige Jensen on the New York Times Website on April 24, 2015.
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Click Here to View: Hubble Reflects the Cosmos by Dennis Overbye, Jonathan Corum and Jason Drakeford on the New York Times Website on April 24, 2015.
Click Here to Read: The Catastrophe: Spalding Gray’s brain injury by Oliver Sacks in The New Yorker in the April 27, 2015 Issue.
CREDIT PHOTOGRAPH BY NOAH GREENBERG.
Click Here to Read: A Drug Trial’s Frayed Promise By Katie Thomas in The New York Times on April 17, 2015.
CreditJenn Ackerman for The New York Times
Click Here to Read: Einstein as a Jew and a Philosopher Review of Einstein: His Space and Times by Steven Gimbel, Reviewed by Freeman Dyson on the New York Review of Books Website in the May 7, 2015 Issue.
Ferdinand Schmutzer/Austrian National Library/Anzenberger/Redux Albert Einstein, Vienna, 1921
Click Here to Listen To: Scientists Probe Puppy Love by Geogg Brumfield on the NPR Radio website on April 16, 2015.
Click Here to View: Evidence found that supports current existence of liquid water on Mars on the AOL Website on Apr 14th 2015.
Click here to Read: A Science Icon Died 17 Years Ago. In His Last Interview, He Made A Warning That Gives Me Goosebumps Interview of Carl Sagan by Charlie Rose on the Upworthy website. The interview clip originally aired on “Charlie Rose” on May 27, 1996.
Click here to Read: Oldest Neanderthal DNA Found in Italian Skeleton By Charles Q. Choi on the Fox News website on April 13, 2015.
File photo – Hyperrealistic face of a neanderthal male is displayed in a cave in the new Neanderthal Museum in the northern Croatian town of Krapina Feb. 25, 2010. (REUTERS/Nikola Solic)
Click Here to Read: Another step for mankind: Israeli scientists advance theory on moon’s origin: Researchers from Technion, University of Bordeaux believe moon was formed after collision between Earth and object of very similar composition by the Times of Israel Staff in the Times of Israel on April 11, 2015
Click Here to Read: Science and Culture: Using fiction to make the case for basic research, Review of Jellyfish Have Eyes by Joran by Joel Shurkin in the PNAS Journal, vol. 112 no. 14.
Click Here To Read: CERN restarts Large Hadron Collider By Bryan Dyne on the World Socialist Web Site on April 8, 2015.
An event display of the Higgs boson decaying into two photons. Credit: CMS/CERN
Click Here to Read: Life Lines: For an artist with amnesia, the world takes place through her pencil by Daniel Zalewski in The New Yorker in March 30, 2015.
CREDITPHOTOGRAPHS BY PHILLIP TOLEDANO
Click Here to Read and View: INCREDIBLE: NASA video shows the dark side of the moon by Elivokim Cohen on the Jews News Website on February 10, 2015.
Click Here to Read: How people use “common knowledge” to coordinate their actions on the Medical Xpress Website on March 23, 2015.
Click Here to Read: Separating Fact from Fiction in the Etiology and Treatment of Autism: A Scientific Review of the Evidence by James D. Herbert, Ph.D., Ian R. Sharp, Ph.D., and Brandon A. Gaudiano, Ph.D. on the Quackwatch website.
Click Here to Read: Memories Weaken Without Reinforcement, Study Finds By Pam Belluck in The New York Times on March 16, 2015.
CreditFrom top left, clockwise: Computational Perception and Cognition Lab at MIT, John D. Schiff, Dr. Maria Wimber, and Enoch Lau/CC BY-SA 3.0, via Wikimedia Commons
Click Here to Read and View: NASA Just Released The Largest Picture Ever Taken And It Will Shake Up Your Universe on the Jews News Website.
Click Here to View: “CHASING ICE” captures largest glacier calving ever filmed on YouTube.