The St. Joseph County Library held its 31st annual Science Alive event on Feb. 11, a free event where community members and children can enjoy educational science displays. There were exhibitors such as ND Energy and Prairie Wind Farms that helped inspire young minds. Some of these exhibits had live animals, interactive activities and more.
By: ALICIA FLORES Staff Writer email@example.com A project that started nearly six years ago has finally brought media coverage, fan mail and the cover of Science magazine to one IU South Bend professor. Professor Peter Bushnell recently made national news with his studies on Greenland sharks. His team’s research on the aging of the species […]
By CHRISTINA CLARK Columnist Are they opposing forces? Do they need to be? Lately, I’ve been finding more and more content locally and online about how “religious people need science.” Likewise, I’ve seen things in the past that state that science is an affront to religion. I started a little Facebook conversation about it and […]