HuffPost Science Off to a Good Start


Yes, I am well aware of skeptics of The Huffington Post, especially in coverage of science, medicine and technology. Skepticism is a healthy process in science. So let's look at the facts.

Below is a list of some of the first posts on the new Science section in The Huffington Post - and, in case you were not aware, writers at HuffPost are by invitation only.

I invite you to explore this site! While some may disagree with the writer's interpretations or conclusions, they would be hard pressed to challenge their credentials.

Bernie Bulkin: Can Science Save the Planet?
Former Chief Scientist of BP, Chairs the UK Office of Renewable Energy

Theory -- A Word That Gets No Respect
Michael D. Fayer, Chemistry Professor, Stanford University

More Evidence on the Real Nature of Evolutionary DNA Change
James A. Shapiro, Author, 'Evolution: A View from the 21st Century;' Professor of Microbiology, University of Chicago

World's Lightest Material: What's Great About It?
Samita Mohanasundaram, Undergraduate, Harvard College

A Secret Code in All of Us
Anne Wojcicki, Co-Founder, 23andMe

The Big Snap
Max Tegmark, Physicist, MIT

Mozart, Newton and You?
Lisa Randall, Physics Professor, Harvard University; Author, 'Knocking on Heaven's Door: How Physics and Scientific Thinking Illuminate the Modern World'

Science Serving Society
Jean-Lou Chameau, President, California Institute of Technology

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