Stories about Science from September, 2007
Web 2.0. is finally coming to the Balkans: SeminarskiRad.com, a portal based on the share principle and offering free resources to Serbian students, has become really popular very quickly. A few days ago, the portal's blog supplement opened on Blogger, dedicated to the topics relevant to Serbia's youth. The first post is a report from a recent Moscow conference on renewable energy, whose aim was to educate young scientists in order to make this planet greener.
nanopolitan on the faith-based attacks on science and the reluctance of the Indian scientific to comment.
Vous reprendrez bien un peu d'humanisme? critiques a UMP-proposed amendment (Fr) to require legal immigrants in France who want their immediate family members to immigrate under a family reunification scheme to submit to DNA tests so prove they are related. Humanisme thinks the plan unconstitutional, hypocritical and an affront to...
Kourosh Ziabari informs [Fa]us that Mahmoud Behzad, who is considered as the father of modern biology in Iran,died in Rasht,a northern city in Iran.The blogger says it is pity that in Iran, we get used to admiring our elite only after their death.
“People shy away from the secularization of their fiction. Fantasy is by its very nature SPIRITUAL”: Tobias Buckell refers to essays by Guy Stewart to stimulate discussion about science fiction and Christianity.