Posts by Dan Whipple
The “greenest convention in the history of the planet” will pay long-term dividends for the city, state and region, Denver Mayor John Hickenlooper says.
CD-2 candidate had raised $825,000 at the end of the last quarter, so going over a million might not be a sign of strength.
Two CU physicists say to look elsewhere for the decline in Coors Field offense. The humidor is not the culprit. But the National League’s former “official physicist” disagrees.
“It’s pretty hard to find a candidate from either party who’s gung ho for science,” U.S. Rep. Vernon Ehlers (R-Mich.) told the journal Science this week. That didn’t stop Science from trying, though. The magazine looked at the leading candidates’…
Political donations from the telecom industry show a strong change from Republicans to Democrats over the last three election cycles.
New breakthrough answers some of the ethical objections to embryonic stem cell research. But the technology is young.