Two things I like are open research and seeing my tax dollars get used effectively. The National Science Foundation (NSF) just did both in one swoop. As reported in detail on NASW
, over two decades of earlier NSF work is now available online. The magazine Mosaic
just released "An on-line archive of articles published in The National Science Foundation’s flagship magazine from 1970 to 1992."
There's over 593 articles full of useful science there, in case you get bored reading ScientificBlogging.
Alex, the Daytime Astronomer
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