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Each year, DragonCon hosts one of the world's largest convention of devotees of science fiction & fantasy, gaming, comics, literature, art, music and film. This year, Science News writers Tina Hesman Saey and Bethany Brookshire (Scicurious) share the science behind great pop culture in a slate of terrific panels.
Head here to check out a fascinating collection of science journalism sure to inspire sci-fi and science enthusiasts alike. Science truly is sometimes stranger than fiction.
Susan Staugaitis, M.D., Ph.D., a native of Newark, New Jersey and a longtime reader of Science News, knew from an early age that she wanted to become a scientist.
There are countless genes involved even in determining something as simple as ear shape and size.
Before taking an introduction to research course in high school, Sumaita Ahmed had never read a scientific article. But she knew she liked science.