science

John Stossel

Opinion: Scientific ‘Integrity’ – John Stossel

“Trust the science,” say the media. Polls show that fewer Americans do. There’s good reason for that. “They don’t trust science because science is increasingly untrustworthy,” says science writer Andrew Follet in my new video. “The only group that trusts science right now is Democrats.” Sixty-four percent of Democrats have “a great deal” of confidence

Education

Sparklight to Award $15,000 to Help Students Dream Bigger

Five winners to each receive $3,000 to support K-12 STEM projects Schools and organizations serving K-12 students in Sparklight communities have the opportunity to win $3,000 to fund their science, technology, engineering or math project or club as part of the internet service provider’s 4th annual “Dream Bigger” social media campaign. K-12 schools and organizations

History

Holy Cow! History: The Forgotten First Fatality

Mary Ward did a lot of remarkable things. She was highly learned at a time when women were denied a formal education. She was a bold pioneer in a field dominated almost entirely by men. And she was even one of three women admitted into a prestigious British organization (with one of the others being

Science

Prescott Regional SciTechFest Returns April 10-17 for K-12 Students and Educators

Aimed toward local students and educators in grades K-12 but free and open to everyone, the Prescott Regional SciTechFest is  back! This year, the festivities and events have been transformed into a virtual hub for promoting a culture that celebrates STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math) within the Quad Cities area and beyond. One

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