If you're looking for something fun and educational to do with your family, make plans to be at the University of Wisconsin-Superior Saturday, April14, for Science Fest, presented by UW-Superior Students of Science.
Everyone's favorite astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyslon has released a 4 minute video that he hopes will change the minds of some Americans. He says that these words may be the most important he has ever spoken. Is America standing in denial of science?
Last week we were all talking about the Minnesota State High School Hockey Tournament, and getting hyped up about Hermantown & Grand Rapids. In the midst of that, I had a listener reach out to me and tell me how proud she was of this group of teens that were competing in a regional tournament f…
A new scientific study has come out saying that taking a hot bath is better for you than taking a hot shower. It says you can actually burn calories in a hot bath, and it helps people with their blood sugar.
We were talking this morning about Rocky, and Orangutan in the UK who has stunned scientists by making vowel noises that mimic human conversations. That's what they are saying. Cathy and I aren't so sure. Check out the video and see what you think.
Finding fun things for the family to do can be a challenge, especially this time of year. Finding free things to do poses an even greater challenge. Luckily, the Students of Science at UWS have a great, free family event lined up this week to help you out.
Kids are bombarded by many things nowadays.So much more information available at a touch of the finger. They spend hours playing video games, watching TV, playing sports, texting, and on the computer. Only a couple of minutes each day can help prevent a lifetime of problems.
According to some of the latest evidence and photos from Mars, there is a valve hidden in some soil in the latest picture. NASA has been sending Curiosity (the probe) to check out the red planet to see what they can put together with the images.
I'm usually not the type of person who seeks out emotional inspirational videos. In fact, most of the time I'll skim past them and go on to something else. I am so glad I took the time to watch this video. After the first 30 seconds I was hooked. Please take a look.
Today is the culmination of years worth of work as scientists in the UK cook the first ever lab grown hamburger. This is a big deal. Food shortages are inevitable as world population explodes. More and more countries, (like China) are raising cattle for beef consumption and i…