It can withstand at least a decade's worth of foot and paw traffic from you, your family and your pets. It repels red wine and spaghetti sauce, and it resists scratches. You might not think that such a durable material could also be hung on a wall and admired as art, but that is precisely what fiber artist Joyce Barker-Schwartz intends for her acrylic-coated canvas rugs.
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A series of articles in a Science special section suggest that finding liquid water on the Red Planet may be more difficult than previously thought.
With China's strengthening efforts to boost science development, officials from the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) visited AAAS headquarters to learn about operations at Science, the peer-reviewed journal published by AAAS. Meeting with senior AAAS staff including AAAS Chief International Officer Vaughan Turekian and Science Executive Editor Monica Bradford, the delegation focused their 22 August visit on how Science runs its manuscript submission system, editorial review boards, news sections, and media outreach.
Chris Kennedy, a veteran chemistry at Hiram High School in Hiram, Ga., is the first winner of the AAAS Leadership in Science Education Prize for High School Teachers. The annual prize of $1,000 recognizes a high school teacher who has developed an innovative and effective classroom strategy, activity, or program that contributes to the AAAS goal of advancing science education.