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A group of scientists who were nominated for a prestigious award lacked diversity, so the review committee committed discrimination by refusing to advance anyone.
A group of scientists who were nominated for a prestigious award lacked diversity, so the review committee committed discrimination by refusing to advance anyone.
 
Last week, the North Carolina State Board of Education approved a request to begin drafting new science and healthful living standards for public schools.
Last week, the North Carolina State Board of Education approved a request to begin drafting new science and healthful living standards for public schools.
 
In July, the N.C. State Board of Education approved the remaining supplementary materials accompanying revised social studies standards approved earlier this year.
In July, the N.C. State Board of Education approved the remaining supplementary materials accompanying revised social studies standards approved earlier this year.
 
On Friday, the 54-member board of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences will decide whether to strip Best Actor winner Will Smith of his Oscar after the infamous incident at the ceremony where he slapped comedian Chris Rock
On Friday, the 54-member board of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences will decide whether to strip Best Actor winner Will Smith of his Oscar after the infamous incident at the ceremony where he slapped comedian Chris Rock
 
Agriculture remains North Carolina’s top industry. Researchers have pointed to a rapidly growing population, loss of farmland, climate shifts, and emerging crop diseases as some of the complex agricultural challenges that do not fit into particular academic or research silos.
Agriculture remains North Carolina’s top industry. Researchers have pointed to a rapidly growing population, loss of farmland, climate shifts, and emerging crop diseases as some of the complex agricultural challenges that do not fit into particular academic or research silos.
 
Primary care has strong showing at ECU’s annual Match Day event
Primary care has strong showing at ECU’s annual Match Day event
 
An Orange County, California, school district organized a science camp for fifth-grade girls, where they stayed in cabins for three nights with what some of the girls’ parents said were men who “identified” as non-binary.
An Orange County, California, school district organized a science camp for fifth-grade girls, where they stayed in cabins for three nights with what some of the girls’ parents said were men who “identified” as non-binary.
 
Conservatives slammed the political Left this week for trying to shift positions on COVID-19 restrictions by claiming that “the science has changed.”
Conservatives slammed the political Left this week for trying to shift positions on COVID-19 restrictions by claiming that “the science has changed.”
 
Holden Thorp is a very clever fellow. With a PhD in chemistry from Caltech and after some business ventures and a spell teaching at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, he ascended to the chancellorship of the university in 2007 at the young age of 43.
Holden Thorp is a very clever fellow. With a PhD in chemistry from Caltech and after some business ventures and a spell teaching at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, he ascended to the chancellorship of the university in 2007 at the young age of 43.
 
The federal government allocated $2.14 million to “root” out alleged oppression in… plant sciences.
The federal government allocated $2.14 million to “root” out alleged oppression in… plant sciences.
 
Remember when the Democratic Socialist party, in conjunction with the propagandistic props posing as "journalists", but now more like public relations opining propaganda, who would often boast in days past how 'they were the party science'.
Remember when the Democratic Socialist party, in conjunction with the propagandistic props posing as "journalists", but now more like public relations opining propaganda, who would often boast in days past how 'they were the party science'.
 
Recently, Golden LEAF President, Chief Executive Officer Scott T. Hamilton sat down with Dr. Adrian Percy, Executive Director of the N.C. Plant Sciences Initiative, via Zoom
Recently, Golden LEAF President, Chief Executive Officer Scott T. Hamilton sat down with Dr. Adrian Percy, Executive Director of the N.C. Plant Sciences Initiative, via Zoom
 
Morrisville location to attract 250 clinical research and technology jobs in Wake County
Morrisville location to attract 250 clinical research and technology jobs in Wake County
 
Ribbon is cut on ECU’s new Life Sciences and Biotechnology Building
Ribbon is cut on ECU’s new Life Sciences and Biotechnology Building
 
Farmworkers make vital contributions to the nation’s economy and food systems. But because of working conditions, they often experience serious challenges, including health disparities, food insecurities, higher instances of pesticide exposure and a lack of digital connectivity.
Farmworkers make vital contributions to the nation’s economy and food systems. But because of working conditions, they often experience serious challenges, including health disparities, food insecurities, higher instances of pesticide exposure and a lack of digital connectivity.
 
Universities have been going woke across the country. This involves administrators pushing “Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion” policies in hiring practices, student life, and curricula.
Universities have been going woke across the country. This involves administrators pushing “Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion” policies in hiring practices, student life, and curricula.
 
Jim Geraghty of National Review Online explains how authorities in a large Southern California county are ignoring the latest COVID-19 science.
Jim Geraghty of National Review Online explains how authorities in a large Southern California county are ignoring the latest COVID-19 science.
 
The state of scientific rigor is in disarray.
 
The act modifies reading instruction programs to improve literacy of N.C. public school students by the third grade
The act modifies reading instruction programs to improve literacy of N.C. public school students by the third grade
 
Gov. Roy Cooper pushes wind energy panacea via executive order, but Chairman of the N.C. Energy Policy Council Lt. Gov. Mark Robinson deems the move an overstep of authority that does not ‘follow the science'
Gov. Roy Cooper pushes wind energy panacea via executive order, but Chairman of the N.C. Energy Policy Council Lt. Gov. Mark Robinson deems the move an overstep of authority that does not ‘follow the science'
 
N.C. House leadership ask for data justifying continued emergency order
N.C. House leadership ask for data justifying continued emergency order
 
Eddie Scarry of the Washington Examiner ponders the dubious science behind the push for continued lockdowns.
Eddie Scarry of the Washington Examiner ponders the dubious science behind the push for continued lockdowns.
 
Dr. Anthony Fauci said in a November 2020 interview that he takes 8,000-9,000 IU per day of vitamin D.
Dr. Anthony Fauci said in a November 2020 interview that he takes 8,000-9,000 IU per day of vitamin D.
 
It should not come as a surprise that the government and pharmaceutical companies might attempt to influence any information regarding successful treatment for Covid-19.
It should not come as a surprise that the government and pharmaceutical companies might attempt to influence any information regarding successful treatment for Covid-19.
 
Joy Pullmann of the Federalist sees a clear motive for Big Tech companies to censor scientific evidence that contradicts the prevailing public narrative.
Joy Pullmann of the Federalist sees a clear motive for Big Tech companies to censor scientific evidence that contradicts the prevailing public narrative.
 
Beware of this claim...it is never about "science." It's about power and politics
Beware of this claim...it is never about "science." It's about power and politics
 
Veronique de Rugy writes at National Review Online about teachers clinging to a six-foot social distancing standard for reopened schools.
Veronique de Rugy writes at National Review Online about teachers clinging to a six-foot social distancing standard for reopened schools.
 
Professors Martin Kulldorff and Jay Bhattacharya, original signers of the Great Barrington Declaration, use a Federalist column to discuss their concerns about COVID-19’s long-term impact on science.
Professors Martin Kulldorff and Jay Bhattacharya, original signers of the Great Barrington Declaration, use a Federalist column to discuss their concerns about COVID-19’s long-term impact on science.
 
The following quote may be attributed to Alliance Defending Freedom Legal Counsel Stephanie Nichols regarding the Arkansas legislature’s bipartisan passage Thursday of the Medical Ethics and Diversity Act
The following quote may be attributed to Alliance Defending Freedom Legal Counsel Stephanie Nichols regarding the Arkansas legislature’s bipartisan passage Thursday of the Medical Ethics and Diversity Act
 
Collin Anderson of the Washington Free Beacon reports on a new complaint from dozens of Republican U.S. House members.
 
In an essay in the liberal UK broadsheet The Guardian, multiple authors chart out the most important task for the incoming Biden administration: to “restore the faith in science.”
In an essay in the liberal UK broadsheet The Guardian, multiple authors chart out the most important task for the incoming Biden administration: to “restore the faith in science.”
 
We've been told thousands of times by the media and government officials to listen to the scientists.
We've been told thousands of times by the media and government officials to listen to the scientists.
 
Helen Raleigh of the Federalist ponders the potential impact of the Great Barrington Declaration.
 
Governor Roy Cooper has staked his entire reelection on his response to COVID-19 because he cannot defend his lackluster record as Governor.
Governor Roy Cooper has staked his entire reelection on his response to COVID-19 because he cannot defend his lackluster record as Governor.
 
ECU associate professor appointed to National Science Foundation position
 
I have worked in academic science my entire life and I have never seen any sign of racism, systemic or otherwise.
I have worked in academic science my entire life and I have never seen any sign of racism, systemic or otherwise.
 
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