Daily Archives: January 7, 2013

8 science journalism clichés

Science literacy is, it has to be said, very important. Honestly, it’s likely to grow and continue to be more important. Times are changing. Things which are considered to be common knowledge are changing. Unfortunately, science journalism isn’t keeping up. … Continue reading

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Ancient Mars – Another Blue World?

Look again at this dot. That’s not here. That’s not home. That’s certainly not us. The quest for water on planet Mars has become one of the most well known goals in space exploration, but it seems that perhaps we’re … Continue reading

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