SCIENCE AND THE MEDIA: In Nature, a news feature reports "ambivalence," but an editorial counsels acceptance with "gratitude and grace."
PHYSICS UPDATE: The energy that oyster larvae must expend when carbon dioxide concentrations are high taxes their limited resources.
SINGULARITIES: Anticipating what potential employers want is an essential part of a successful job search.
DAYSIDE: A special issue of Science magazine published 36 years ago anticipated the computer's impact on scientific research.
POINTS OF VIEW: Colleges run by Native American tribes are graduating more students in STEM fields.
PHYSICS UPDATE: Acoustic engineers are learning which sounds are best perceived above the urban din.
POLITICS AND POLICY: At least three solutions have been put forward to satisfy a US mandate on open access.