Opposition has delayed or stopped WTE plants across the nation, largely in liberal-controlled urban areas. But the opposition is misguided.
In the other side of his bifurcated life, the author muses on the mysteries of coincidence and the siren call of the movies.
The candidates for president have very different views on the big science issues.
Shawn Otto reviews ‘Cures for Hunger,’ a new memoir of growing up out from Minneapolis-based Milkweed Editions.
Like democracy, science is inherently antiauthoritarian, a top-wing activity.
The unseasonably warm temperatures in Minnesota and across the nation make some of the scientific data on climate change concrete for non-scientists.
The ‘hockey stick’ graph has become one of the most iconic and politically charged images in the history of science.