Tag Archives: science

Kevin E. Patterson

Science Fair and Square: Presentation Tips for Young Einsteins (And Their Parents!)

Just suppose…hospital cafeterias can be more germ-ridden than kiddie arcades.  Canine saliva doesn’t kill general bacteria.  The “5 second rule” doesn’t apply.  Sleep deprivation eases PTSD.  Spices could help the food industry’s fight against bacteria-related illness.    These were just a few … Read more >

Kevin E. Patterson

Tomorrow’s Hieroglyphs: Busting Disciplinary Silos with Sci-Fi

We are all in the gutter, but some of us are looking at the stars. -Oscar Wilde An assistant English professor, an engineering professor, and a literary luminary don’t walk into a bar.  Being self-professed geeks,  they instead have a … Read more >

Intel Reader
Jeff Sass

A Digital Reader That Says It All: The Intel Reader

(Note: This post originally appeared at www.dadomatic.com and it has been adjusted slightly for the Inside Scoop) The concept of digital readers or so-called “e-Readers” has certainly hit the mainstream, with the likes of Amazon and Barnes & Noble seemingly … Read more >