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March 3, 2010

Scientific Misconceptions, Part 2

The New York Times has printed an interesting article today on the nature of trust regarding scientists and their research. The timing couldn’t be better for us at Visionlearning, as it segues beautifully into the second...

March 2, 2010

Dispelling the Myths: Scientific Misconceptions, Part 1

In the last few months, the IPCC has been the subject of much mud-slinging — primarily from the Anti-Climate Change camp. Questions about report embellishments and document leaks have been taken by many as “evidence” that...

March 1, 2010

Welcome to the Visionlearning Blog!

Visionlearning is a free, online resource for students and educators in the Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) disciplines. Geared toward those studying at high school and undergraduate levels, Visionlearning takes advantage of recent advances in...

February 8, 2010

Beating the Seasickness Blues

Anyone who has spent some time out on the open water has had the not-so-great pleasure of feeling the roll and tumble of seasickness. We usually think of seasickness as simply feeling slightly nauseous, but the...