Unfiltered: Girls Vs. Boys At Math

“Unfiltered” is a recurring series where ScienCentral reporters give their personal thoughts on the stories they produce. This installment is based on the news story “Girls Vs. Boys At Math.”

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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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Reports From the River

A new blog just debuted that we thought was worth sharing.

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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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Unfiltered: Threat & Political Views

The second installment of our blog series featuring our reporters’ personal thoughts on the stories they produce. Read Brad Kloza’s insights on Sunita Reed’s article- Threat and Politics: Are Political Views Rooted in Biology?

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Unfiltered: Threat & Political Views

The story is certainly topical, but it’s also fraught with controversy. The facile and subjective conclusion a person (or at least a left-leaning person) might tend to make is that conservatives/republicans are more easily frightened than liberals/democrats. Or worse, that conservatives are the way they are because they are wimps. In fact, we’re told that […]

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