Posts by Eliene Augenbraun
ScienCentral was bought by MP Axle, Inc.

ScienCentral still makes sense of science, but under new ownership. Please be sure to contact us at our new address: 1329 Tulane Rd Wilmington, DE 19803 718-432-5375 sciencentral at mpaxle dot com

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ScienCentral has a new owner

Same ability to make sense of science – new address and phone number. 1329 Tulane Rd Wilmington, DE 19803 718-432-5375 sciencentral at mpaxle dot com

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As Goes GM

I know a woman who is relentlessly, ridiculously optimistic. Everything is always for the best.

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Hatred Close To Home

A horrible terrorist plot nearly unfolded near my home in the Bronx. Can science explain why someone would do such a thing?

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The Trials of Pluto

The passing of Pluto as a planet was bad enough, but now the girl who grew up and old, the girl most famous for naming Pluto, has also passed to the other side.

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Muck and Money?

The Exxon Valdez belched its errant oil onto the shores of Valdez, Alaska 20 years ago.
Ten years ago, I had a reporting crisis over the question: Had Valdez recovered?

Image courtesy: NOAA, pooled oil is shown stranded in the rocks.

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Science Friction

Can the newly appointed team of scientific advisors give the president realistic solutions for threats like global warming? Eliene Augenbraun shares her thoughts on conflicting scientific truth and political policy.

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Orange Footprints

Pepsico, owner of Tropicana brand orange juice, wanted to find out the carbon footprint of a carton of orange juice.

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The Dirty Socks of Science

In need of a great holiday gift for a young child? Read up on this book review for “The Plant That Ate Dirty Socks.” Look for this humorous series to sneak in some science along the way.

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Michael Crichton Dies at 66

Not to be insensitive, but considering how good he was at spinning yarns about the dangers of biotechnology, you’d think he could have written a better ending for himself than: destroyed by a group of rogue cells.

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