Current Issue: April 2017
April Issue Highlights
Welcome to the April 2017issue of SB&F. April is not only the first full month of spring but it also marks National Poetry Month. In honor of National Poetry Month, we highlight several recent titles that are sure to inspire young poets and scientists alike. (133)
In addition to celebrating poetry, we are pleased to shine a spotlight on a new exhibit at the AAAS headquarters building in Washington, DC. Curated by our very own Maria Sosa, the “STEAM Within the Panels: Science Storytelling through Comics Books, Comic Strips, and Graphic Books” exhibit looks at science-related comics. (135) The opening of the exhibit happens in conjunction with the March for Science in DC and is open to the public.
With Earth Day close upon us, our Read-Around-A-Theme this month focuses on conservation. The resources listed on these pages to learn more about the conservation movement and conservation science. (137)
Finally, you’ll also find our monthly selection of book and media reviews and our listings of upcoming science television programming.
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