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In this episode of the American Scientist podcast, digital managing editor Robert Frederick speaks with researchers who have been studying the many factors and nuances that make communication gendered, and their findings include the ways science does not support the stereotypes.

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Automated algorithms are designed to more efficiently match the unhoused with shelter, but Virginia Eubanks, a political scientist who studies the societal impacts of technology, explains that such databases leave the poor vulnerable to privacy and rights breaches, without...

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Want to sharpen your science communication skills and learn how to tell compelling stories in new ways?...

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Two workshops have been added to the agenda for the Annual Meeting and Student Research Conference: "Sigma Xi Chapters and Interdisciplinary Professional Development: How Can We Build on Our Strengths" and "How to Survive and Thrive...

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The Northwestern Pennsylvania Chapter, an area chapter that serves the northwestern region of the state, is planning four Science Cafés for its 2018–2019 schedule. Topics listed so far are sustainable forestry, intersex fish, and gravitational waves.

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Until just more than a decade ago, materials scientists had only snapshots...

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