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  science. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001-05
Mathematics, while not a science, is closely allied to the sciences because of their extensive use of it.
The physical sciences include physics, chemistry, and astronomy; the earth sciences (sometimes considered a part of the physical sciences) include geology, paleontology, oceanography, and meteorology; and the life sciences include all the branches of biology such as botany, zoology, genetics, and medicine.
Science, in the modern sense of the term, came into being in the 16th and 17th cent., with the merging of the craft tradition with scientific theory and the evolution of the scientific method.
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 1965 in science - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The year 1965 in science and technology included many events, some of which are listed below.
November 16 - Venera program: The Soviet Union launches the Venera 3 space probe from Baikonur, Kazakhstan toward Venus (on March 1, 1966 it became the first spacecraft to reach the surface of another planet).
November 26 - At the Hammaguira launch facility in the Sahara Desert, France launches a Diamant-A rocket with its first satellite, Asterix-1 on board, becoming the third country to enter space.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/1965_in_science   (208 words)

 Science Fiction : the New Wave and Its Aftermath
The introduction of sex into science fiction opened the way for a number of strikingly original investigations of gender, relationships, and the construction of identity.
Delany is the first science fiction writer to enter the field as a novelist rather than a short story writer.
Levin is a mainstream author of science fiction and horror; many of his novels have been made into very successful popular films.
www.nvcc.edu /home/ataormina/scifi/history/newwave.htm   (910 words)

 Canada Science and Technology Museum   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-01)
The Canada Science and Technology Museum had its roots in the GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF CANADA museum (1842), renamed the National Museum of Canada in 1927.
In 1966 a separate Science and Technology Branch was created, under its own director, and small collections of artifacts that had been under the trusteeship of other branches of the National Museum were transferred to it.
The Canada Science and Technology Museum (prior to May 2000 known as the National Museum of Science and Technology) collects and preserves objects and data relating to scientific and technological history and development in Canada, carries out research, and sponsors exhibits and public programs.
www.thecanadianencyclopedia.com /index.cfm?PgNm=TCE&Params=A1ARTA0005630   (444 words)

 About Science Service: History   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-01)
Science News Online, like Radio News of the past, is aimed at fulfilling the mission of Science Service through the most recent development in electronic communication.
As reported in the Science News-Letter for Sept. 17, 1941: In developing this broad science clubs movement, there will be enlisted the enthusiasm, support, and participation of newspaper, museums, schools, and other scientific and educational institutions, including professional scientific societies and industrial organizations.
Each year 40 finalists are chosen to attend the Science Talent Institute in Washington, D.C., where students exhibit their research at the National Academy of Sciences and meet with members of the scientific community and compete for the top prize of a $100,000 scholarship.
www.sciserv.org /history.asp   (1153 words)

 Science Fiction Reference Books: An Analytic Guide to Sources in the Main Reading Room (Library of Congress)
Z1231.F4 C65 MRR Alc currey Currey, L.W. Science fiction and fantasy authors : a bibliography of first printings of their fiction and selected nonfiction / L.W. Currey ; with the editorial assistance of David G. Hartwell.
Science fiction handbook for readers and writers / George S. Elrick ; illustrated by the author ; supplementary ill. from NASA and early Buck Rogers comic strips.
The encyclopedia of science fiction and fantasy through 1968 : a bibliographic survey of the fields of science fiction, fantasy, and weird fiction through 1968 / compiled by Donald H. Tuck.
www.loc.gov /rr/main/gopher/sciencefic.html   (1415 words)

 Science bibliography
Ebert, J. [C., Committee on Science and Creationism]., 1984, Science and Creationism: A View from the National Academy of Sciences: Washington, D.C., National Academy Press, 28 p.
Merton, R. K., 1973, Sociology of Science, in Storer, N. W., ed., The Sociology of Science: Theoretical and Emperical Investigations: Chicago and London, University of Chicago Press; 605 pp.
National Academy of Sciences, 1984, Science and Creationism: A View from the National Academy of Sciences: Washington, D.C., National Academy Press, 28 p.; National Academy of Sciences (U.S.) Committee on Science and Creationism.
www.talkorigins.org /origins/biblio/science.html   (2308 words)

 Plant Science Bulletin - December 1966, Volume 12, Issue 4
The border line between science and technology is obscure, and may it remain so; but at the same time we, society, and the politicians should understand some of the fundamental differences in scientific methods and achievements.
To permit technology to expand explosively at the expense of pure science, or worse yet to the detriment of the humanities and social sciences, is to invite catastrophic chaos.
This in the end is a short-sighted course, for the job of reporting sciences to the layman demands an understanding scholar of high intelligence who is capable both of written analysis and written synthesis.
www.botany.org /PlantScienceBulletin/psb-1966-12-4.php   (7286 words)

 Cordwainer Smith: Science Fiction Inventions
Science fiction in the News articles describe real-world events that relate to the ideas and inventions in sf novels and movies.
Technovelgy.com is devoted to the creative inventions of science fiction authors and movie makers.
Look for the Science Fiction Invention Category that interests you, the Glossary of Science Fiction Inventions, the Timeline of Science Fiction Inventions, or see what's New.
www.technovelgy.com /ct/AuthorTotalNewsList.asp?AuNum=75   (212 words)

 Science News for Kids: SciFiZone   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-01)
Writing in Science in 1966, American oceanographer John D. Isaacs and his collaborators briefly described ultrathin wires that might extend from Earth to a geostationary satellite.
Science fiction lets me explore the world around us, ask questions about the future, and indulge my curiosity about everything.
Support for Science News for Kids is provided by the Willis Harlow Shapley Education Fund.
www.sciencenewsforkids.org /articles/20040609/SciFiZone.asp   (576 words)

 Plant Science Bulletin - October 1966, Volume 12, Issue 3
This "three-to-one" stage of the science of genetics was soon outgrown, and cytogenetics began to locate genes precisely in the chromosomes.
Edward C. Jeffrey, founder of the science of comparative anatomy of the vascular plants, aroused the keen interest of his students in problems of phylogeny.
Sustaining members shall receive the publications of the Society, shall have the privileges of active members except that of the vote and that of holding office in the Society, and shall be entitled to 10% discount on advertising rates in the journal.
www.botany.org /PlantScienceBulletin/psb-1966-12-3.php   (10038 words)

 Hans Andersen Faculty Vita: - School of Education, Indiana University
Associate Professor of Education and Coordinator of Science Education, Indiana University.
Science Department Chairman, Niles Township Community High School, Skokie, Illinois.
Board of Directors, Association for the Education of Teachers of Science (AETS), 1977-80.
www.indiana.edu /~iuncate/facultyvita/andersen.html   (605 words)

 Great Expectations: the 1998 Leonid meteor shower
The last time this happened was in 1966 when as many as 100,000 shooting stars per hour were observed at some locations.
This image, showing scores of meteors near the bowl of the Little Dipper, was taken by A. Scott Murrell during the 1966 Leonid storm.
If the shower is anything like the 1966 outburst, it may be possible to see hundreds of thousands per hour.
science.nasa.gov /newhome/headlines/ast10nov98_1.htm   (1330 words)

 Christian Science in San Diego   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-01)
Written by Mary Baker Eddy, this textbook of Christian Science has a proven, century-long heritage of improving the health and changing the lives of millions of readers around the world.
Richard Nenneman portrays the pilgrimage of Mary Baker Eddy from her frail adolescence through the invalidism of her middle years to her years of great achievement as author of Science and health with Key to the Scriptures and her founding of the Church of Christ, Scientist.
This is a full-text version of the weekly Bible lessons studied by students of Christian Science.
www.sdchristianscience.org /book.html   (370 words)

 Science Magazine: Progress on SARS
Recently posted on Science Express: A study charting the molecular evolution of the SARS coronavirus as the 2003 epidemic unfolded in China.
The sequences of two isolates of the coronavirus associated with SARS show that it is not closely related to any of the previously characterized coronaviruses.
AAAS and Science will continue to keep you at the forefront of advances in SARS research and other areas of scientific inquiry.
www.sciencemag.org /feature/data/sars/index.dtl   (702 words)

 Science News Online - Past Issues - Research Note - 10/12/96
Since the late 1970s, farmers in southern England looking out on their wheat fields in the morning have sometimes been startled to find large circles and other geometric patterns neatly flattened into the crops.
When he challenged readers of Science News and The Mathematics Teacher to come up with his unpublished theorem, given only the four variations, no one reported success.
Among the dozens of circles surreptitiously laid down in the wheat fields of England, at least one pattern fit Hawkins' theorem.
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 Dairy Operations Background   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-01)
The Department of Food Sciences, where the Cornell Dairy operations is housed, was part of the University from the very beginning.
Its primary functions are to coordinate research, teaching and extension activities between the Department of Food Science at Ithaca and a separate Department of Food Science and Technology at Geneva.
In 2002, a CALS Centennial Symposium's focused on "Food Science in the 21st Century: Vision for the Future," and featured commentary from Susan A. Henry, Dean of the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, and New York State Commissioner of Agriculture and Markets, Nathan Rudgers.
www.foodscience.cornell.edu /dairystore/BackgroundHistory.htm   (531 words)

 NIHERST: Science Popularisation   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-01)
His goal is to put the science and technology of the steelpan on firm ground.
Prior to the 2000 competition, Rebecca attended a workshop in Innovation and Invention at the National Science Centre.
He is a research scientist who has promoted and spearheaded programmes of research and development leading to innovations in micro-circuitry and electronics for the benefit local industry and our society as a whole.
www.niherst.gov.tt /scipop/personalities.htm   (1994 words)

 Science News Online: Letters: 3/6/99
From 1966 to 1995, he served as chairman of the Science Service Board of Trustees.
Seaborg's love of science was never more evident than in his interactions with young people.
Seaborg was the living embodiment of Science Service's mission: the public understanding of science.
www.sciencenews.org /pages/sn_arc99/3_6_99/letters.htm   (337 words)

 Reinert-Alumni Library: Exercise Science Subject Guide
Visit the Exercise Science and Athletic Training Department.
Contact Mary Nash, Exercise Science and Athletic Training Department Liaison.
Index of research articles in biology, chemistry, clinical medicine, and social and behavioral science (1966-present).
reinert.creighton.edu /resources/suguides/exerscience/exerscience.htm   (464 words)

 Science Journal, Spring 1997, Obituaries   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-01)
He also earned a doctoral degree from the State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry in 1958 and later served on the faculty at that institution until his retirement in 1984.
He taught undergraduate biology in the Eberly College of Science from 1966 to 1980 and also was the college's assistant to the dean for continuing education.
His reputation in scientific circles was as one of the nation's most avid advocates of science and science education.
www.science.psu.edu /journal/spring_1997/ObitSpr97.htm   (477 words)

The second unit, constructed to the north from Dede Plaza, was completed in 1968.
An Animal Research Facility was build adjacent to the north end of the building in 1986 housing classrooms, laboratories and the Science Library.
The Facility also features a Radiation Laboratory, third floor science collection exhibition facilities, rooftop greenhouse and the John C.
web.indstate.edu /archives/architecture/buildings/sciencebuilding/sciencebuilding.htm   (121 words)

 1966 in the FSU Biological Science History project
Faculty of the Department of Biological Science in 1966
This page is part of the Departmental History Project of the Department of Biological Science at Florida State University.
Send an e-mail to thistle@bio.fsu.edu, a fax to (850) 644-9829, or snail-mail to Dr. Anne B. Thistle, Editor, Department of Biological Science, Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL 32306-1100.
www.bio.fsu.edu /history/1966roster.html   (122 words)

Oldest Science Fiction Novel In one sense, the oldest science fiction novel we have is a 3,000-year-old version of the Epic of Gilgamesh, probably established in the oral tradition of 1,000 years earlier than that.
Since Greek philosophy was the orgin of Science, Greece plays an ancestral role for all science fiction.
And if the robot is a main icon of science fiction, then Greece deserves credit for inventing Hephaistos, god of the forge, in being assisted by women constructed of gold (as described in "The Iliad").
www.magicdragon.com /UltimateSF/timelinePre.html   (1302 words)

 Philosophy of Science
The rise of science has been a significant feature of the past several centuries of human history.
Science has been enormously successful explaining, predicting, and controlling aspects of our world and so enjoys authority and respect as a source of information about that world.
This course will examine science as a source of knowledge about the world.
www.cornellcollege.edu /philosophy/courses/phi356.html   (429 words)

 L Science   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-01)
Central Java wins Nat'l Science OlympiadJakarta Post, Indonesia - Sep 9, 2006The Central Java team won the 5th National Science Olympiad in Semarang, Central Java, Saturday with a total of 19 gold medals, narrowly beating the contest's...
Representatives from SAIC of San Diego, New York-based L-3 Communications and American Science and Engineering, Billerica, Mass., were not immediately available...
Ebenezer T. Tulog, Prov?l Science and Technology Officer said after the training on food processing, a seminar-workshop on Packaging and Labeling of...
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 Library Science Reference Sources   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-01)
This bibliography provides only a general survey of reference materials available on Library Science.
Indexes and abstracts periodical articles and document from 1967 to the present on research and education practice, including the field of Library Science.
Indexes and abstracts periodical articles from 1984 to the present in numerous fields including Library and Information Science.
www.lib.usf.edu /ref/bibs/libscience.html   (286 words)

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One of three investigators for "The Westchester Presidential Primary Study", partially funded by a grant from the University Research Committee.
Assistant Project Director for a three year, $250,000 grant to create an instructional computing laboratory to support instructional computing in the social sciences.
Panel chair, Western Political Science Association conventions, 1975 and 1978; panel discussant, 1985.
clawww.lmu.edu /politicalscience/thompsonvita.htm   (328 words)

 BSA Explorer Science Camp   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-01)
Wingdale, NY The Explorer Science Camp was established a mile or so down the road from Hutchinson River Council's regular Boy Scout summer camp, Camp Siwanoy.
The Science Camp provided a combination of summer scouting activities and outdoor living along with daily classroom and laboratory work in advanced biology, physiology, and biochemistry.
My older brothers attended the first two years, and my turn came in the Summers of 1963 and 1964.
home.comcast.net /~TuttleFamily/History/ScienceCamp_1964.htm   (71 words)

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