wisskomm tv 35/08

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Diese Woche von den Open-Access-Tagen in Berlin, Interviews mit Dr. Diana Pauly Robert Koch-Institut, Zentrum für biologische Sicherheit, Dr. Volker Schallehn, Open-Access-Beauftragter der Universitätsbibliothek München (LMU)und Björn Brembs, Open-Access-erprobter Wissenschaftler an der FU Berlin.

wisskomm tv 34/08

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Das grünste Museum der Welt: Die California Academy of Sciences - Die National Science Foundation ( NSF) prämierte die Wissenschaftsbilder des Jahres, deutsche Version bei ZEIT-online - Die sächsische Kampagne " Pack Dein Studium " - Das Online-Lexikon Wirtschaftsinformatik ist im Entstehen - Der ChemCar-Wettbewerb 2008 in Karlsruhe - Das Bielefelder Science-Festival „ Geniale “ - Der Communicator-Preis der DFG wird wieder ausgeschrieben - Janet Iwasas...

Bringing Out the Scientist in Students

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UC San Diego has launched a new and innovative program that pairs high school teachers with graduate students. The pairs will be working hand in hand in high school classrooms during the school year. The hope is that the grad students will inspire high schoolers to study science down the road. The grad students also will share their knowledge of ground-breaking science with teachers, who in turn will share classroom management tips. The Socrates Fellows Program was funded by a $3 million...

wisskomm tv 33/08

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Diese Woche mit einer Sonderausgabe: Eindrücke und Interviews vom 1. Forum für Wissenschaftskommunikation in Bremerhaven: Ergänzende Informationen: Das Alfred-Wegener-Institut , die Expedition " Nordpol Driftstation NP-35 " und der Podcast dazu bei WDR 5 - Resumee eines Experiments: DFG ScienceTV - Das deutsche Schiffahrtsmuseum - Kunst Und Wissenschaft: Die Kunst des Sammelns und die Gruppe " a rose is " - Unser Fundstück: Das BBC-Container-Projekt " The...

The Origins of Slime

Scripps graduate student investigates cause of mucilage outbreaks in her native Adriatic waters

The Ingredients for Life - On Earth & in Space

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We are all space travellers flying around the Sun at 107,000 km per hour. Our spaceship is the Earth and our bodies have evolved to live on this amazing craft. We now have the capability of leaving planet Earth. However, if man is to live in space and travel to other planets, we must learn how to survive for long periods of time out there; we have to recreate in space the vital ingredients for life on Earth. Future space vehicles and space habitats will need advanced life support...