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Society Announces Recipients of 2015 Toxicology Education, Student, and ... - Newswise (press release)


Newswise (press release)
Newswise — Reston, Va.; December 10, 2014 — The Society of Toxicology (SOT) — the world's largest and preeminent association representing the field of toxicology — is honoring dozens of students, educators, and scientists from around the world ...
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Celebrated biodiversity institute faces financial crisis - Science AAAS


Science AAAS
A pioneering effort to show that preserving tropical biodiversity can pay big dividends is in danger of shutting down. Costa Rica's new government is reviewing a previous administration's plan to bail the National Biodiversity Institute (INBio) out of ...

UT Southwestern professor to receive O'Donnell award in science - Dallas Morning News


Dallas Morning News
Dr. Yuh Min Chook, a professor of pharmacology and biophysics at UT Southwestern Medical Center, will receive the 2015 Edith and Peter O'Donnell Award in Science. The award is given by the Academy of Medicine, Engineering and Science of Texas, ...

National Center for Science Education

Pittsburgh - United States

Clearinghouse for information and advice to keep evolution in the science classroom and certain other theories out.

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Preparing Our Children: Math and Science Education in the National Interest
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"The National Science Board (NSB), charged with advising the President and the Congress on national science policy, urges a nation-wide consensus on a core of knowledge and competency in mathematics and science. The Board believes it is both possible and imperative to develop national strategies that serve the national interest while respecting local responsibility for K-12 teaching and learning" (Executive Summary).

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UK's largest science association dedicated to the teaching of science. Includes regional news, bookshop, publications, resources for teachers and technicians, and conferences.

NIGMS: Science Education
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Free publications (books, newsletters, pamphlets) from the National Institute of General Medical Sciences.

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The TechNyou Science Education Resource provides science teachers resources to introduce emerging technologies in the classroom. These resources have been matched to the Australian Curriculum in Science for secondary year students, and are designed to introduce nanotechnology and biotechnologies with reference to the established traditional science disciplines of Physics, Chemistry and Biology. TechNyou Science Education Resources is the combi

National Centre for Biotechnology Education
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Offers educational resources and practical training for teachers in several European Union countries. Includes links on discussion boards, lab safety tips, and information maintained in Reading, England.

National Humane Education Society
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Provides humane education, rescue, and relief assistance for animals, and a screened adoption service.

National Association for Humane and Environmental Education
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Youth education division of The Humane Society of the United States (HSUS) which strives to enable educators to more effectively teach children the value of kindness toward one another, animals, and the Earth.

Genetics Education Center
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Resources for educators interested in human genetics and the human genome project. The site is maintained by Medical Genetics, University of Kansas Medical Center.

Ongoing Challenges to Evolution Education: Resources and Activities of the National Academies
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Jay B. Labov of the National Academy of Sciences outlines recent and planned activities of the Center for Education concerning the teaching of evolution, and collaborative activities with other organizations.