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Scientists prove Big Bang theory?

March 17, 2014
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Scientists prove Big Bang theory?

SCIENCE, BITCHES: researchers from the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics have detected waves in the cosmic background radiation that cosmology models and Albert Einstein have said should be there, but have not been detectable... until now.
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We need to talk about robots: Spielberg’s “A.I.” screening with UCF’s Dr. Kenneth Stanley @ Enzian

January 17, 2014
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We need to talk about robots: Spielberg’s “A.I.” screening with UCF’s Dr. Kenneth Stanley @ Enzian

As part of the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation and The Coolidge Corner Theatre’s Science on Screen series, Enzian will be showing Steven Spielberg's 2001 A.I., which will be presented by Dr. Kenneth Stanley of the University of Central Florida.
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Enjoy three nerdy discussions on human behavior, bacteria and superheroes

June 13, 2013
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Enjoy three nerdy discussions on human behavior, bacteria and superheroes

The root of being nerdy is not pop-culture minutiae cataloged by an encyclopedic mind; it’s the satisfaction of discovering more information about a subject that sincerely intrigues you.
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Blue Man Group makes noise at Orlando Science Center

May 24, 2013
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Blue Man Group makes noise at Orlando Science Center

During their stop at OSC, guests will get the chance to play alongside the Blue Men while touring the interactive exhibit's instruments and sensory technology.
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The ultimate brainy music event is this Saturday

May 3, 2013
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The ultimate brainy music event is this Saturday

MUSIC AND THE BRAIN | 2-5 p.m. Saturday, May 11 | UCF College of Medicine, Lewis Auditorium | www.centralfloridasfn.org/events.html | $10-$20 When I was in middle school, my older sister did that age-old science experiment where she played different genres of music for the same species of plant and monitored whether or not the...
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IBM scientists create short film by animating atoms

May 1, 2013
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IBM scientists create short film by animating atoms

You’ve heard of short films, but now we’ve moved into a new realm: small films. IBM engineers created this 90 second short film by magnifying atoms (100 million times) and manipulating them into a remarkable little 8-bit block style animated film called A Boy and His Atom. Well played, science. Well played.
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“Lucy” paleoanthropologist Dr. Donald Johanson presents lecture at Rollins College

January 30, 2013
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“Lucy” paleoanthropologist Dr. Donald Johanson presents lecture at Rollins College

The accomplished paleoanthropologist dedicated his life to digging up the evidence that would fill out holes in the timeline of our existence, dating back 4 million years, and his work has turned a lot of heads.
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New giant-screen film Space Junk premieres at OSC’s Cocktails & Cosmos

September 8, 2012
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New giant-screen film Space Junk premieres at OSC’s Cocktails & Cosmos

This 3-D movie, premiering tonight at the Orlando Science Center’s adults-only Cocktails & Cosmos party, will introduce you to space junk up close and personal and explain how and why it could be harmful to your health.
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NASA engineer Richard Johanboeke stops by Orlando Science Center

June 2, 2012
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NASA engineer Richard Johanboeke stops by Orlando Science Center

Space enthusiasts hope this important mission can answer one of humanity’s most lingering questions: Is there life on Mars?
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