Ryan Scott Wins Student Research Competition

Young Scientist Ryan T. Scott, working with with Joshua S. Alwood in the Bone and Signaling Lab, recently was selected as a winner of the 2017 San José State University Student Research Competition. Having completed his Masters last year, the next step is one more oral and one more poster presentation at the statewide CSU Student Research Competition in late April, at California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo. The research was conducted at NASA Ames Research Center, and is […]

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How Should Creationism and Evolution Be Taught in Public Schools?

Joshua Kreisel shares his ethics & society case study, which he completed as part of our Young Scientist Program. The topics of evolution, creationism, and their place in the public school curriculum have been one of contentious debate for decades. There are many contesting viewpoints on this issue, ranging from teaching both theories on the origins of life, neither of them, or just one. To address all of these arguments would be beyond the scope of this paper. Instead, the case […]

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Outreach: Life Beyond Earth?

BMSIS Young Scientist Fernando Barazzetti led an outreach event at Getulio Vargas School in Florianopolis, Brazil. Fernando’s engagement was part of his Communications requirements for the BMSIS Young Scientist Program. BMSIS is continuously committed to engaging the public in the wonders of Space Exploration and the Earth System. Our Young Scientist Program continues this tradition by engaging local communities around the world. Read Fernando’s impressions below: As part of the requirements for graduating in BMSIS, I took a bit of […]

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Engaging Private and Public Schools in Brazil

BMSIS Young Scientist Larissa Cavalcanti led outreach events at two schools in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Larissa’s engagement was part of her Communications requirements for the BMSIS Young Scientist Program. BMSIS is continuously committed to engaging the public in the wonders of Space Exploration and the Earth System. Our Young Scientist Program continues this tradition by engaging local communities around the world. Read Larissa’s impressions below: During the second semester of 2016, I had the pleasure to have two distinct experiences […]

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