It is great that we live in a world where we can read all about new scientific developments so quickly after they occur. Not only this, but there is so much information available on the internet that allows learning to be a continuous process. If you want to become influential within the scientific field then it is certainly wise to try to track industry news and developments.
The science industry is split into so many different sector that the sheer amount of information generated on a daily basis is mind-blowing. There are lots of niche science website that provide information on particular topics. If you can locate several sites that are relevant to your career then you should check them on a regular basis. Moreover, if you can find the time to participate in industry discussions and debates then this will be highly beneficial to your career and personal development.
Many influential scientist have a strong online presence and in some cases you will be able to ask them questions or even contact them through social media sites.
So, what is going on in the international science arena? Check out some of the most recent stories below to discover more.GM Fish could benefit food supply. New Jim Henson exhibition at Museum of Science and Industry. US economy could suffer from low quality science education. Aurora of Saturn on Video. Changes to atoms a possibility thanks to IBM Functional metal bones could be a possibility because of new titanium foam. Robots starting to show signs of self-awareness. Pictures that turn inside out to puzzle the brain. Study of oil spill done by video; estimates oil spill amount. Potential new Science Museum to be built in Miami. Possibility of Robots beating real life footballers in the next 40 years.
As you can see there are lots of interesting developments. The stories detailed above are only short snippets, so if you want to find out more information you should do some further research online. If you search for some of the words in the titles you should be able to locate the full stories.
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