Stories about Science from August, 2007
The Indian Ex-President Abdul Kalam was one of the many Indian scientists who stayed back and wanted this reverse brain drain. The media in the recent days has been playing a major role in bringing to light that not only is there reverse brain drain, but foreign students now want...
“I would hate to be a 12 percent American Indian in a debate about indigenous issues with a 13 percent American Indian,” writes Maximilian C. Forte of The CAC Review, as he tackles the issue of DNA testing to determine indigenous cultural identity.
Blog politique au Senegal writes that India, Brazil and Spain have been working with the Senegalese to produce biofuel.
The famous – and really huge – Tunguska meteorite has been stolen. Siberian Light writes about this and other notable metal thefts in Russia and Ukraine.