All my life, I have hoped that someone would publish a magazine just like Astounding Stories. A magazine just full to the brim with the right kind of stories; thrilling stories of super-science, well written in plain and convincing ...
It is a magazine whose stories will anticipate the superscientific achievements of Tomorrow—whose stories will not only be strictly accurate in their science but will be vividly, dramatically and thrillingly told.
Author: Ray Cummings et al.
Publisher: Prabhat Prakashan
"It is a magazine whose stories will anticipate the super-scientific achievements of To-morrow—whose stories will not only be strictly accurate in their science but will be vividly, dramatically and thrillingly told. Already we have secured stories by some of the finest writers of fantasy in the world—men such as Ray Cummings, Murray Leinster, Captain S. P. Meek, Harl Vincent, R. F. Starzl and Victor Rousseau." -Introduction
For vai(feble critical help on Science Stories, Book Tnki, grateful acknowledgment is made to Miss Irene Sauble, Exact Science Department, Board of Education, Detroit, Michigan; Miss Ellen Reidy, Director of Elementary Training, ...
(Climate) • The Science Cafés are effective at encouraging attendees to continue engaging in science-related ... to have it put into some sort context that is often not available in news stories in the paper or on 20-second clips on TV.
... Professor Know-It-All declared they were the winners of the SUPER SCIENTIFIC PROBLEM-SOLVING CUP. It was even better than winning the race! 1 SUZY AND MAX! WELL DONE 21 about science! Let's talk The science behind the story Let's.
Author: Jonathan Litton
Publisher: QED Publishing
Category: Juvenile Fiction
Max and Suzy are entered in the Great Go-kart Race and all is going well until…they get stuck in the mud! Help them overcome several obstacles en route, such as a punctured tire and a dead battery, in this fun, interactive science story! Will the dynamic duo find the solutions to all the problems and win the race? STEAM Stories is a series of interactive picture books, each introducing a different STEAM topic: Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math. Join dynamic duo Max and Suzy in these action-packed problem-solving adventures which introduce children to key STEAM concepts through a gripping, interactive story. A review section at the back of each book highlights the key topics, invites children to relate the story to their own experiences, and improves reading comprehension. This STEAM story introduces the concepts of pushes and pulls, sources of energy, and different materials. Together with Max and Suzy, young learners will explore the wonders of science.
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Cosmic Stories 1941 : Mar. Fantastic Adventures 1939 : Jul . Future combined with Science Fiction Stories 1950 : Sep / Oct . Stirring Science Stories 1941 : Feb. Super Science Stories 1940 : Nov. Nicolson , John Tales of Wonder 1937 ...
Author: Mike Ashley
Publisher: Liverpool University Press
Category: Literary Criticism
This is the first of three volumes that chart the history of the science fiction magazine from the earliest days to the present. This first volume looks at the exuberant years of the pulp magazines. It traces the growth and development of the science fiction magazines from when Hugo Gernsback launched the very first, Amazing Stories, in 1926 through to the birth of the atomic age and the death of the pulps in the early 1950s. These were the days of the youth of science fiction, when it was brash, raw and exciting: the days of the first great space operas by Edward Elmer Smith and Edmond Hamilton, through the cosmic thought variants by Murray Leinster, Jack Williamson and others to the early 1940s when John W. Campbell at Astounding did his best to nurture the infant genre into adulthood. Under him such major names as Robert A. Heinlein, Isaac Asimov, A. E. van Vogt and Theodore Sturgeon emerged who, along with other such new talents as Ray Bradbury and Arthur C. Clarke, helped create modern science fiction. For over forty years magazines were at the heart of science fiction and this book considers how the magazines, and their publishers, editors and authors influenced the growth and perception of this fascinating genre.
writing what's missing from science news coverage. Individual bloggers' strategic choices to deep dive into the underreported science stories of the week are not only changing which stories are told, but also having far-reaching ...
Author: Christie Wilcox
Publisher: Yale University Press
Here is the essential how-to guide for communicating scientific research and discoveries online, ideal for journalists, researchers, and public information officers looking to reach a wide lay audience. Drawing on the cumulative experience of twenty-seven of the greatest minds in scientific communication, this invaluable handbook targets the specific questions and concerns of the scientific community, offering help in a wide range of digital areas, including blogging, creating podcasts, tweeting, and more. With step-by-step guidance and one-stop expertise, this is the book every scientist, science writer, and practitioner needs to approach the Wild West of the Web with knowledge and confidence.
5 Broadcast Science Journalism : Reporting News DAVID ROPEIK David Ropeik , a reporter at WCVB - TV in Boston since 1978 , created the environmental beat there in 1989. He has twice won the DuPont Columbia Award , one of the most ...
Author: Deborah Blum
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
This authoritative handbook gathers together insights and tips, personal stories and lessons of some of America's best-known science writers, men and women who work for "The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Chicago Tribune, The San Francisco Examiner, Time, ", National Public Radio, and other eminent news outlets. Filled with wonderful anecdotes and down-to-earth, practical information, it is both illuminating and a pleasure to read.
This book presents short, fascinating science stories . The stories were chosen to incite curiosity, augment basic science facts and concepts taught at this grade level, and introduce a world of ideas, people, and animals .
Author: Ruth Foster
Publisher: Teacher Created Resources
High-interest, nonfiction articles help students learn about science topics while developing skills in reading comprehension. Each story is followed by questions that cover main idea, detail, vocabulary, and critical reasoning. The format is similar to that of standardized tests, so as students progress through the book's units, they are preparing for success in testing. Each of the 44 units provides: Introductory key words, A high-interest story, 5 test questions. Book jacket.