Americans have mixed opinions on science news seen on social media websites. For the most part they are distrustful according to Pew Research Center. “Twice as many social media users distrust science posts on these sites than trust them.” However, …
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December 23, 2016 – 11:11 am
Matt Simon from WIRED has chosen the top nine science news stories of 2016. The list includes captivating chronicles of new discovery, personal drama and perseverance leading to technology breakthroughs. Check out his list and see if you agree. …
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