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· March, 2011

Stories about Science from March, 2011

Japan: The Tsunami, God and Man

A few days after the disaster that killed more than ten thousand people, Italian vice-president of the National Research Council (CNR) Roberto De Mattei and Tokyo governor Shintaro Ishihara left...

Tanzania: Space Education Documentary in Swahili for Kids

Russia, Japan: Sakhalin Residents’ and Chernobyl Survivors’ Reactions to Fukushima

Should Indonesia Abandon its Nuclear Plans?

Indonesia’s plan to build its first nuclear plant in the next decade has been shelved indefinitely because of the nuclear disaster in Japan. Bloggers are joining the debate on whether...

South Korea: Real-time Checkup on Nuclear Radiation Levels

USA: Science Bloggers Explain Earthquakes and Tsunamis

As Japan and the rest of the world struggle to make sense of the devastating earthquake, tsunami, and nuclear scare, science bloggers are sharing facts to help explain what happened.

Philippines: Bloggers Dispel Japan Nuclear Scare Hoax

Hoax messages that sow unfounded fear and panic in the public about Japan's nuclear problems like avoiding acid rain and radiation exposure are circulating in the Philippines. Bloggers are quick...

Africa: Increasing Female Participation in Science and Technology

Ukraine, Japan: Fukushima Discussion at Pripyat.com

Japan: Iodine Distribution Needed

Ukraine, Japan: Drink Red Wine to Reduce Radiation Toxicity

Japan: Fukushima Reactor Has Different Design Type Than Chernobyl

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