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STEM Reads for the Week

August 29, 2011

Hurricane Irene may have slowed us down a bit, but we’re back – safe, sound, and online.

Your belated reads for the week:

The White House and Scientific Integrity (via ScienceProgress)

Why Amazon couldn’t make the Kindle in the US if they wanted, or the link between innovation and production (via Forbes Online)

In defense of the “Shrimp on a Treadmill” and other “pointless” NSF projects (via NPR)

Kids may be used to computers, but are they skilled internet users? (via the Atlantic)

How digital media is poised to make a major impact on education (via the Next Web)

The importance of smart-grid data (via Washington Post)

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