How would your life change if you knew you had the innate ability to prevent illness, increase longevity, and thrive... especially in this time of extremes? [Visit] to Join free this engaging mini-workshop with human potential pioneer Gregg Braden, and you’ll find out how new scientific discoveries have the potential to change the way you think about yourself, your relationship to your body, to others, to the earth, and even to God.
Top 30 Science Stories of 2015 has already been a huge year for science — here are 30 reasons why
Kids & Youth (2013) Did you know that about two children in every classroom have asthma? Finding the right match of genes to medicines will make them better. Make your own models of genes and medicines at this fun, family-friendly event and find out more about new scientific discoveries which are helping those children with asthma and allergies.
20 amazing scientific discoveries that have already been made this year
November 2015 marks the anniversary of Albert Einstein's general theory of relativity. This theory is one of many pivotal scientific discoveries that would drastically influence our understanding of the world around us.
For those who enjoy the weird and bizarre, the field of science will never disappoint; stretching your brain and expanding your knowledge about the real world through amazing scientific discoveries and findings.
Like many interesting scientific discoveries, this one was an accident. Sean Murphy, an undergraduate student, was working alone in the lab on a set of faces for one of his experiments. He aligned a set of faces at the eyes and started to skim through them. After a few seconds, he noticed that some of the faces began to appear highly deformed and grotesque. He looked at the especially ugly faces individually, but each of them appeared normal or even attractive...
The National Science Foundation (NSF) is an independent federal agency created by Congress in 1950 "to promote the progress of science; to advance the national health, prosperity, and welfare; to secure the national defense…"