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  1922 in science . 2001 in science . June 18 . August 2 . 1921 in science . United Kingdom . 1851 in science
science 1996, philosopher of science November 8 - Christiaan Barnard d.
Wales, under English control since the Statute of Rhuddlan in 1284, became part of the Kingdom of England by the Acts of Union...
1785 in science 1785, natural history naturalist and illustrator.
www.uk.kunsimuna.net /1922_in_science_UK_084800_ks   (327 words)

  An Essay on Science Service, 1977   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
Though the sciences of less spectacular phenomena were not as popular as the sciences of exotic phenomena, they received a great deal of attention as well.
The confusion of science with technology inevitable results in the association of science with the deleterious, as well as beneficial effects of technology, yielding mixed attitudes in the public's image of science.
Perhaps the American public was jaded with the commonplace benefits of applied science, and found a glimmer of excitement and romance in the intellectual adventures of the astronomer and the archeologist as they pursued horizons which seemed always to recede beyond their grasp.
americanhistory.si.edu /collections/scienceservice/essay   (4005 words)

 1922 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
1922 was a common year starting on Sunday (see link for calendar).
Reigning Prince Louis II of Monaco (1922- 1949).
Xu Shichang of the Beijing government, President of the Republic of China (1918 - 1922).
www.secaucus.us /project/wikipedia/index.php/1922   (2016 words)

 Dáil Éireann - Volume 1 - 16 November, 1922 - ESTIMATES. - THE COLLEGE OF SCIENCE.
The students of the College of Science are under the direction and control of the Professors as heretofore.
As I understand it, the staff of the College of Science were completely satisfied with the assurance given them by the Minister for Agriculture; both as to their own status and as to the intention on the part of the Government not to interfere with the building to any extent without consulting the staff.
On the next point, as to the intention of the Government not to make any permanent changes in the College of Science without inquiry, that is the chief point, and I understood the staff were completely satisfied with the assurance given them.
www.oireachtas-debates.gov.ie /D/0001/D.0001.192211160022.html   (976 words)

 The Nation, 07/19/1922 - Science Outlined by Fuller, Henry B.
The book seems designed primarily for readers in a country which, perhaps rather more markedly than our own, turns to science as an amateur diversion and discipline, and in which a homely, friendly commerce with birds, beasts, and the face of nature at large is a pleasant characteristic.
The work opens, rather grandly, with a gallopade through the cosmos— science on her high horse, with the telescope in one hand and the spectroscope in the other.
...Science seems to throw off all this upon her younger sister, Sociology, or even upon the deplorable Urmutter of us all, Human Nature...
www.nationarchive.com /Summaries/v115i2976_13.htm   (1485 words)

 The Nation, 12/27/1922 - Popular Science by Fuller, Henry B.
If there be doubt as to the propriety of its inclusion in a scientific work — at least in the present stage of psychical research — it may be said that the paper bears itself with caution and moderation.
...He points out that many of the misunderstandings which have arisen in regard to "science and religion," "science and philosophy," and similar matters are due to a failure, to recognize that the prime aim of science is "the formulation of things as they are and as they have come to be...
...His pronouncements on The Aim of Science should be given good heed, as they throw light on the conception and conduct of his work as a whole...
www.nationarchive.com /Summaries/v115i2999_15.htm   (951 words)

 18. Broadcasting Becomes Widespread (1922-1923)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
Then, in early 1922, a "broadcasting boom" occurred, as a sometimes chaotic mix of stations, sponsored by a wide range of businesses, organizations and individuals, sprang up, numbering over 500 by the end of the year.
In 1922, a collection of these "Man in the Moon Stories: Told Over the Radio-Phone" was published, beginning with Chapter I of The Adventures of the Gingerbread Man.
As radio's mysteries captured the public imagination, it was increasingly reflected in popular culture, including the publication in 1922 of the wistful song, I Wish There Was a Wireless to Heaven (The Radio Song), followed six years later by a somewhat happier tune, A Bungalow, a Radio and You.
earlyradiohistory.us /sec018.htm   (1887 words)

 Diabetic Supplies | 1922 Insulin   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
Then in 1922, insulin was extracted from the pancreases of animals and given to people with diabetes.
Made available in late 1922, insulin, a means of controlling this more serious form of diabetes, must be...
the purification of the insulin in 1922, was awarded a contract and...
www.fast-enough.info /1922-insulin.html   (1798 words)

 AAAS - AAAS Evolution Resources   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
The purpose of the Georgia Academy of Science, organized in 1922, is “the promotion of the interests of science, particularly in Georgia.” The Academy has a long history of activity in support of science education.
The Georgia Academy of Science has specifically considered the issues surrounding the teaching of evolution (our position statements can be found at the Academy website at www.gaacademy.org) and has continually supported its inclusion in the science curriculum.
The applications of science, including evolution, are woven into the lives and well-being of all of Georgia’s citizens and have an impact on both industry and government.
www.aaas.org /spp/dser/evolution/issues/performancestandards.shtml   (844 words)

 Damon Knight, 1922-2002 - SFWA News
He was the first reviewer to subject science fiction to the standards of ambitious mainstream fiction; his collection of essays and reviews, In Search of Wonder, is the founding document of modern SF criticism.
With Judith Merrill and James Blish, he founded the Milford series of writing workshops, which led to the creation of the Clarion SF and Fantasy Writers' Workshop, at which he and his wife Kate Wilhelm taught for decades--helping to raise generation after generation of some of the field's best writers.
He founded the Science Fiction Writers of America (SFWA) and served as its first president; he was a tireless defender of authors' rights and critic of bad publishing practices.
www.sfwa.org /news/knight.htm   (2207 words)

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 Science News for Kids: About Us
Science News for Kids is a new Web site devoted to science news for children of ages 9 to 13.
Science Service, the publisher of Science News, is a nonprofit corporation based in Washington, D.C. Founded in 1921, Science Service has the mission of advancing the popular understanding of science through publications and educational programs.
Published since 1922, Science News is an award-winning weekly newsmagazine covering important research in all fields of science.
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 The Times (1922) Beesley the Science Teacher on Solar Panels - 26 January 1922
The Times (1922) Beesley the Science Teacher on Solar Panels - 26 January 1922
Sir - Your leading article on this subject in to-day's issue reminds me that in 1913 I was the guest of friends in Pasadena, California, whose house was fitted with an apparatus for heating water by sunlight.
Particulars of the ingenious apparatus, published in the Annual Report of the Smithsonian Institution, confirm our guess that its main feature is the concentration of the rays by a mirror..."
www.encyclopedia-titanica.org /item/2889   (176 words)

 1922 - Definition, explanation
Reigning Prince Albert I of Monaco (1889 - 1922).
Reigning Prince Louis II of Monaco (1922- 1949).
Xu Shichang of the Beijing government, President of the Republic of China (1918 - 1922).
www.calsky.com /lexikon/en/txt/1/19/1922.php   (2306 words)

 Science Service: National Science Board Award   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
The National Science Board advises the President and Congress on national science policy and governs the National Science Foundation.
You, the Science News readers, are on the front line in the battle for scientific literacy.
As a recipient of the National Science Board's Public Service Award, Science Service joins the winners from previous years—Jane Goodall, Stephen J. Gould, Public Broadcasting Service's NOVA television series, and the KCTS-TV show "Bill Nye the Science Guy." The individuals honored this year are Philip Morrison and Phylis Morrison of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
www.sciserv.org /nsbaward.asp   (338 words)

 Dáil Éireann - Volume 1 - 16 November, 1922 - ESTIMATES. - SCIENCE AND ARTS.
We know there has been a great desire within the last two years for the learning of Irish, and I think it is only right and fair to pay a compliment to the Department for the work it did in helping on the study of the Irish language.
It would be invidious to distinguish some for mention and omit others from mention, but I do so, not because I think the cases are more deserving of mention than others, but simply because they come chiefly to my mind, and I imagine they would prove illustrative of the rest.
This particular grant, I understand, is a grant for the teaching of Science in Secondary Schools.
www.oireachtas-debates.gov.ie /D/0001/D.0001.192211160020.html   (3247 words)

 2001 in science - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Richard Ellis, Michael R. Santos, Jean-Paul Kneib, and Konrad Kuijken discover a star cluster 13.4 billion light years from Earth.
The publicly funded Human Genome Project, led by Francis Collins and the privately funded Celera effort, led by Craig Venter simultaneously publish their decoding of the human genome (in Nature and Science, respectively).
Craig Venter and Mark Adams complete the genetic map of the laboratory mouse.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/2001_in_science   (217 words)

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A retraction of the hominid claim resulted, which was published in Science in 1927.
A description is presented of the 1922 trial between William Jennings Bryan and Henry Fairfield Osborn on evolution vs. creationism.
Science is a method for testing claims about the natural world, not an immutable compendium of absolute truths.
www.rtis.com /NAT/USER/ELSBERRY/evobio/evc/argresp/nebraska.html   (773 words)

 Science News Online: Science News Advertising Media Kit
Science News magazine and its partner web site offer advertisers the unique opportunity to reach an educated, loyal, and demographically appealing readership on a weekly basis.
Science News is edited for an educated, scientifically aware readership, comprised of science professionals, students, and others with a keen interest in the most current news in a variety of fields and topics.
Published since 1922, the magazine currently reaches about 140,000 subscribers and more than 1 million readers weekly.
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 History of Science Society 2000: Vancouver, B.C.
It will move on to analyze the lessons on domestic and personal hygiene in domestic science textbooks, with an eye to how domestic hygiene was described both as the most appropriate science for women to study, and as an essential component in the triumph of science over disease.
One of their constant refrains was the insularity of British science, and the lack of ties between British and continental men of science.
I think the science wars pose just such a problem, when the differences between the perspective of the professor and that of the students can be obvious even to the average sophomore.
depts.washington.edu /hssexec/annual/abstractsp5.html   (7415 words)

 1922 in science
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1922 in science and technology See also: 1921 in science, other events of 1922, 1923 in science and the list of 'years in science'.
* July 18 - Thomas Kuhn, philosopher of science
www.abacci.com /wikipedia/topic.aspx?cur_title=1922_in_science   (210 words)

 A Science Odyssey: People and Discoveries: Banting and Best isolate insulin
Banting and Best published the first paper on their discovery a month later, in February, 1922.
In 1923, the Nobel Prize was awarded to Banting and Macleod for the discovery, and each shared their portion of the prize money with the other researchers on the project.
Estimates show there are more than 15 million diabetics living today who would have died at an early age without insulin.
www.pbs.org /wgbh/aso/databank/entries/dm22in.html   (584 words)

 The KLI Theory Lab - General resources
The goal of the Society is two-fold: to bring together scholars working in the field of intellectual history and in related fields; and to provide this international community of scholars with a forum for debating and discussing various approachs to the study of intellectual history.
Loka works to make science and technology more responsive to social and environmental concerns by expanding opportunities for grassroots, public-interest group, everyday citizen, and worker involvement in vital facets of science and technology decision making.
The Editors of Science believe that there are other alternatives that may serve the scientific community as well or better without endangering scientific journals.
www.kli.ac.at /theorylab/Areas/general.html   (1688 words)

 Hal Clement (1922-2003) - SFWA News
Harry Stubbs, better known to science fiction readers as Hal Clement, passed away in his sleep early in the morning on October 29th.
He was a professional scientist and teacher BECAUSE he was a fan of science -- but to him the value of science lay in how it affects people on the deepest psychological levels.
Decades later, in the 1990s when I started writing science fiction, I realized that Hal had the same effect on me at cons: no matter how bad a con otherwise was, if Hal was there, being there was worthwhile.
www.sfwa.org /news/halclement.htm   (2463 words)

 AIM25: British Library of Political and Economic Science: LAKATOS, Imre, 1922-1974, Professor of Logic, London School ...
In 1947, he was made a secretary in the Ministry of Education and became involved in the reform of higher education in Hungary.
He was released in 1953, and in 1954 Alfred Renyi obtained a post for him in the Mathematical Research Institute of the Hungarian Academy of Science.
Early papers in the philosophy of science, 1962-1978.
www.aim25.ac.uk /cats/1/5633.htm   (565 words)

 Learning from Science Fiction Criticism: Chatelain: JoDI   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
Once upon a time, the community of English-speaking science fiction readers and writers had an uncanny resemblance to the present community of people engaged in working with and on hypertext fiction.
Both of them were themselves science fiction writers as well as critics, or what John Cayley has called "critic-practitioners".
To sum up, the protocol of excessive candour transformed the field of science fiction [1], and it's likely that a similar protocol would invigorate hypertext criticism.
jodi.ecs.soton.ac.uk /Articles/v03/i03/Chatelain/scifi.html   (700 words)

 P-65 Brandon Citizen's Science Building (Knowles-Douglas Student Union Centre) - Province of Manitoba | General Page
The building was to have been part of a larger science complex, but further construction was halted due to financial constraints at that time.
The Brandon Citizen's Science Building was designed by Brandon architect David Marshall, and constructed by the Ebeneezer Claydon Company of Winnipeg.
The structure is an rare example of Late Gothic style architecture in Manitoba and an important architectural and historical landmark in the development of public education in Manitoba.
www.gov.mb.ca /chc/hrb/prov/p065.html   (196 words)

 Science/AAAS | Science Magazine: Previous Issues
Science, January 1997 to present -- abstracts/summaries, full-text HTML, and full-text PDF.
Science Classic, July 1880 to December 1996 -- full-text PDF access to all issues of Science before December 1996 (separate institutional subscription may apply).
How to access: The full text of Science issues since January 1997 is available online to AAAS members, to users at subscribing institutions, and on a pay-per-article basis.
www.sciencemag.org /archive   (1641 words)

 RS 9-11-3 Animal Science Dept: Poultry Science
Poultry science was first offered at Iowa State in 1907 as a section in the Animal Husbandry Department.
The Department of Animal Husbandry was renamed the Department of Animal Science in 1971.
In 1973 the Department of Poultry Science was discontinued and its courses were offered under the Department of Animal Science.
www.lib.iastate.edu /arch/rgrp/9-11-3.html   (199 words)

 Science News, 12-Month Subscription - Audio book   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
Science News, the United States' only weekly newsmagazine of science, is available in audio exclusively at audible.com.
Since its debut in 1922, Science News has been committed to providing reports on scientific and technical developments that the layman would find interesting and easy to digest.
Turn to Science News for the latest coverage of biology, astronomy, the physical sciences, behavioral sciences, math and computers, chemistry, and earth science.
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