Last week, I wrote that it was still unclear how the first debate might affect the trajectory of the Presidential race. Well, things became a bit clearer over the weekend … Continue Reading →
This past weekend, I launched my 2016 presidential forecast. It’s a statistical model that attempts to predict who will become the next President of the United States – Democratic nominee … Continue Reading →
Summer is here, which means it’s once again time for everyone’s favorite Julie Chen-hosted reality show, Big Brother. Okay, maybe it’s not everyone’s favorite reality show. Maybe it’s not even … Continue Reading →
Earlier this month, the National Science Foundation (NSF) released data from the 2014 Survey of Earned Doctorates, the latest edition of an annual census of individuals who receive research doctoral … Continue Reading →
As part of the ongoing effort to stop Donald Trump from becoming the Republican Presidential nominee, an ad was circulated on Facebook recently featuring pictures of his wife Malania posing … Continue Reading →
Do you know someone who has been diagnosed with a psychological disorder – perhaps depression, anxiety, an eating disorder, or even Schizophrenia? If you don’t, there’s a good chance you will … Continue Reading →
Can too much science be a bad thing? Growth in scientific publishing as a barrier to science communication.
There’s no doubt we live in an exciting time of innovation and discovery. With thousands of academic journals currently in print, more scientific research is published today than ever before. … Continue Reading →