MINNESOTA STATE UNIVERSITY MOORHEAD Society of Physics Students named “Distinguished SPS Chapter”
The MSUM Chapter of the Society of Physics Students (SPS), known on campus as the "Physics Club," has been named a Distinguished SPS Chapter by the SPS National Council.
This award is based on the de... Posted on 12/6/13 at 1:52 PM
UND NEWS Space robotics forum set for Thursday, Dec. 5, at UND
The Second Annual Space Robotics Forum is set to take place Thursday, Dec. 5, at the Computer Science Department of the University of North Dakota.
The forum presents robotic space exploration acti... Posted on 12/4/13 at 10:58 AM
RURAL REFLECTIONS Letter to Dave
Young couples prepare for a new child with preparation; I do the same
for winter. We are both nesting although it manifests itself in
different ways. My favorite medium in which to... Posted on 11/23/13 at 6:00 AM
NORTH DAKOTA STATE COLLEGE OF SCIENCE ND Chancellor Visits NDSCS
By Sarah Hoffbeck
Dr. Larry C. Skogen, the recently appointed Interim North Dakota University System Chancellor, will be visiting the NDSCS Wahpeton campus today!
Mark your calendars and plan to att... Posted on 11/22/13 at 10:51 AM
ASTRO BOB Is Comet ISON a slacker? / Win cash in comet photo contest
Comet ISON takes a beautiful picture as Damian Peach's recent photo attests. Feast your eyes on that Mediterranean-hued coma and long tail. How I wish it looked like that in a telescope.While there'... Posted on 10/28/13 at 11:58 AM
Steven Koonin, the U.S. Department of Energy’s undersecretary for science, will be a featured speaker at the upcoming Sustainable Energy Innovations Action Summit on Aug. 12 at the Fargo Ramada Plaza Suites.
Moorhead student’s knowhow may net her $50,000 prize
Hannah Sorenson, a Moorhead 13-year-old who until recently didn’t much care for science, is in the running for the title “America’s Top Young Scientist” and a $50,000 prize.
Exam also shows less than half proficient
After a less-than-stellar showing on last year’s inaugural Minnesota science test, the state’s students made some gains on the computerized assessment this year.
Work on science center begins 4,850 feet below surface
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. – Far below the Black Hills of South Dakota, crews are building the world’s deepest underground science lab at a depth equivalent to more than six Empire State Buildings – a place uniquely suited to scientists’ quest for mysterious particles known as dark matter.
Dirk Lammers, Associated Press Writer
, June 23, 2009
After reading a letter written by Tom Kovach in the Dec. 23 issue of The Forum, I felt it necessary to provide your readership with assurance that despite Kovach’s misguided attempt to poke fun at the issue, global warming is an extremely serious issue that merits worldwide attention.
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