Archive for June 4, 2013
Did you know that scientists have recently created a new carbon nanotube fiber that conducts heat and electricity like a metal wire, but acts and looks like textile thread? When you are a professional involved with the science or mechanical industries, it is important to know what the latest science news is. Careers in science are often propelled by understanding and being able to work off of the latest science news and science answers. Science based social networking sites can help scientists extend their network, gain recognition for their achievements, and focus their intellectual rigor. These networking sites are a good way to keep track of the latest scientific current events since other scientists will post about projects they have worked on, or developments they think are interesting or relevant. Science questions can be answered by knowledgeable colleagues. Networking sites are a good way to find out more about potential events, seminars and conferences that people can attend. If people are looking for new careers, this can be a good avenue for finding a new job in a related field. Most professional scientists are interested in publishing their findings in scholarly journals online, and science social networking sites can help connect them to possible publishers. An interesting update in the latest science news, the Hula Painted frog, thought to have been extinct since it was last seen in 1955, has recently been spotted in Israel, narrowly escaping placement on the official extinct species list.