Professor Puzzle

26 Jun 19
For Better Science

Yehuda Shoenfield is either a genius or a quack of autoimmunity research, depending on which side you stand in the antivax debate. He is also apparently a plagiarist, even Wikipedia is not safe. And this is why he is now a Member of Israel Academy of Sciences.

26 Jun 19
lskidstuff

    OOPS! The names of the American patriots are ALL WRONG.        Place the correct name on the blank.          (Hint:  The correct answers are at the bottom.)   George Washington D.C.  _________________________________   Ben Frankly, the inventor _________________________________   Professor Wythe, the Lawman ____________________________   Tom from Monticello […]

26 Jun 19
Russia News Now

Originally published Apr 19, 2003 Historical Revision Outflanked One of the noteworthy features of the very late 20th and very early 21st centuries is the way in which everything that was once an historical accusation has become a defense. Thus, if on the evidence, FDR had a really good idea where the Japanese fleet was […]

26 Jun 19
Kate's Bookshelf

I’m taking a bit of flash fiction from earlier in the year and reworking it. So if you all read this one before, well I’ve changed it some.  I have this idea of the gal, G, or Gigi, or something… is a sous chef or working her way up to that, and another sous chef […]

26 Jun 19
CauseACTION Clarion

A federal appeals court authorized a trial judge in Maryland to review new evidence about the citizenship question on the 2020 census form Tuesday afternoon. The order came just hours before the Supreme Court hands down its decision on the census citizenship question. A ruling is due this week. In a striking development, the Trump […]

26 Jun 19
Women in Research Blog

10 Questions with Ekaterina Ilin Ekaterina from Germany is a first year PhD student at the Leibniz Institute for Astrophysics in Potsdam, Germany. In her research, she tries to understand how the magnetic fields of stars evolve over time, and how they influence their surroundings. Flares are energetic eruptions on stellar surfaces that can tell […]

26 Jun 19
Women in Research Blog

10 Questions with Vanessa Graber Vanessa from Germany is a Postdoctoral Fellow at the McGill Space Institute in Montreal, Canada. Her research centers on improving our understanding of the fundamental properties of neutron stars. These stellar remnants exhibit extreme conditions that cannot be recreated on Earth, making them excellent cosmic laboratories for the analysis of […]

26 Jun 19
The Gamer With Kids

Indie developer, Beautiful Games announced that Professor Lupo and His Horrible Pets is coming to Nintendo Switch and Steam on July 11th. Pre-purchases for the Nintendo Switch are currently 15% off until release date and a demo is currently available to download and try out. As the Professor’s personal Intern, players are set to deal […]

25 Jun 19
Benjamin E. Park

Among the small number of African Americans who converted to the Mormon faith during the nineteenth century, Jane Manning James is perhaps the best known. Born free to a woman who had been born enslaved, Jane’s life exhibited many of the complexities associated with racial discrimination during the era. She joined the LDS church in […]

25 Jun 19
Tram's blog

Reading Passage 1 Raising the Mary Rose How a sixteenth-century warship was recovered from the seabed On 19 July 1545, English and French fleets were engaged in a sea battle off the coast of southern England in the area of water called the Solent, between Portsmouth and the Isle of Wight. Among the English vessels was a warship by the name of Mary Rose.Built in […]

25 Jun 19
Graphic Policy

Find out what new comic releases you can get starting this Wednesday as provided by Previews. As always, check with your local shop as to the availability of items. Highlights for the week include Ascender #3, Deadly Class #39, Head Lopper #12, Spawn #298, Thief of Thieves #43, Weatherman Vol. 2 #1, Fight Club 3 […]