Monthly Archives: November 2016

What’s that weird noise? Oregonians for Science and Reason event debunks odd and eerie recordings

Hmm. What’s that sound? A ghost speaking? A broadcast from outer space? Doubtful. For every weird audio recording, there’s often a backstory and science-based evidence to debunk any claims of a paranormal or supernatural origin. To hear some of these … Continue reading

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Technology and training grant deadline may have archaeologists, preservationists dashing to the finish line

Ah, the rush of a grant application deadline: The adrenaline. The anxiety. The sweet, sweet relief when it’s over. If you’re an archaeologist or historic preservationist in the Portland area, you might still be in the thick of it if … Continue reading

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Women in Science-Portland hosts annual networking event at OMSI

Women and allies who love science, it’s time to mix it up. Women in Science’s Portland chapter will hold its annual social and networking mixer Nov. 2 at the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry. The event will run from … Continue reading

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