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This Thanksgiving, we’re thankful for you—and science

By April Gocha / November 25, 2015

This Thanksgiving, what will you be thankful for in between bites of the food heaped up on your 4,500-calorie plate?

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Connect with ACerS online for cutting-edge content when you want it, how you want it

By Stephanie Liverani / September 8, 2015

How do you connect with ACerS online? Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Google+, and YouTube for all the latest news from the ceramics and glass world and beyond.

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Twitter takes time, but pays off says study of scientists’ social media activity

By Jessica McMathis / November 30, 2014

A recent study from the University of Wisconsin-Madison finds that researchers are more often turning to venues like Twitter to share their work—and their social media activity is paying big dividends.

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Video: Foldable smartphone may represent the shape-shifting future

By April Gocha / May 3, 2014

A new ground-breaking foldable smartphone may change the way we view and use electronics with the incorporation of thin and smart electrophoretic displays that seem to think like you do.

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To tweet or retreat? Survey shows researchers aren’t tapping in to social media’s powers of dissemination

By Jessica McMathis / April 22, 2014

A new paper by a Michigan State University (MSU) researcher suggests that university scholars have all-but-ignored social networks in distributing scientific findings and connecting with their tweet-happy, tech-savvy students.

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Science rocks: Music videos can improve science learning

By April Gocha / April 11, 2014

New research suggests that music videos may be able to enhance science learning, and may provide a tool to help improve science literacy.

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Video: Glass science of Prince Rupert’s drop captured with high-speed cameras

By April Gocha / March 28, 2014

The series Smarter Every Day explores Prince Rupert’s drop—glass shapes formed by dropping hot molten glass in hot water—which are like hardened glass but exhibit some incredibly brittle properties.

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Video: How the elements got their names

By April Gocha / March 14, 2014

Joe Hanson, host of the PBS series “It’s Okay to Be Smart,” rhymes through the names behind elements of the Periodic Table.

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