Friday News Bites: Baltimore, Bernie Sanders + More

Most of this week’s stories are about the Baltimore protests, but we’ve got a few other things to cover, including Bernie Sanders entering the presidential fray and the ways you can help earthquake victims in Nepal. Let’s get started:

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Science News: 10/16/13

Welcome back to science news! This week, we’ve got a rundown of all the awful things the government shutdown has done to scientific research and more men who won Nobel Prizes (sorry, ladies!), but also a lot of cool findings from ancient history (the cave painters were ladies!) and some awesome videos about supervolcanoes on Mars and a SpaceX Grasshopper launch. Read More Science News: 10/16/13

Science News: 1/22/13

Some of my favorite science bloggers have been hard at work this week explaining how recent “discoveries” are inconclusive at best or downright ludicrous and disingenuous at worst. Wondering if the news you heard this week was true or not? Find out below! Read More Science News: 1/22/13

Water on Mercury; Non-Organic Chemicals on Mars

Two recent discoveries on other planets in our solar system have led to great excitement in the scientific community. The Messenger spacecraft, in orbit around Mercury since March 2011, has confirmed the presence of water ice on Mercury. Less than four months after its arrival on Mars, Curiosity has found some interesting chemical compounds. What do these discoveries mean? Read More Water on Mercury; Non-Organic Chemicals on Mars

Science News Roundup: 6/26/12

It’s science news time, kiddos! Get ready for a dose of sexin’ turtles, a cute babby hippo, global warming fuckery, and Mickey Mouse in space! Read More Science News Roundup: 6/26/12