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Sci-Tech

NAM original coverage, youth media stories and ethnic media articles on science and technology. For more information, contact Sandip Roy at sroy [at] newamericamedia [dot] org.

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Koreas cultural revolution: the Internet

NAM, Blog, Peter Schumann, Sep 03, 2008

A couple of peices in today's Korea Times point to the growing impact of Internet technology on Korean society.

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Online Medical Encyclopedia Soon to Launch

New America Media, News Report, Deborah Stokol, Aug 30, 2008

WebMD may soon have competition from another online medical encyclopedia expected to be launched at the end of this year, Medpedia. But will the Web site offer the advertised unbiased medical information?

Green Street Car Show Hits San Jose

New America Media, Photo Gallery, Photos by Brittany Owens and Peter Micek, Aug 10, 2008

Car enthusiasts and environmentalists traded tips for healthy driving at the Green Street car show in San Jose, Calif. on July 26.

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Sci-Fi Heroes Take On the System

Colorlines, News feature, Roya Rastegar, Jul 26, 2008

Sci-fi films aren't all about white heroes obsessed with an all-powerful conquest to stamp out invading forces threatening the glory of Western civilization.

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Living Without a Car: My New American Responsibility

New America Media, Commentary, Andrew Lam, Jul 23, 2008

Giving up the car is not easy for Americans, even amidst the gas crisis. But NAM editor Andrew Lam says that it is our new American responsibility to go green.

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Undocumented Farm Worker Becomes Brain Surgeon

Vida en el Valle, News Feature, Jennie Rodrguez, Jul 21, 2008

The subject of the new ABC hospital documentary series 'Hopkins,' Dr. Alfredo Quiones-Hinojosa illegally immigrated to the United States as a teen in the mid-1980s.

Taiwan Hopes to Become a Player in Medical Tourism

New America Media, News Report, Eugenia Chien, Jun 25, 2008

Chang Bing Show Chwan Memorial Hospital is among the group of Taiwanese hospitals that are actively courting international visitors for medical tourism. Taiwan is poised to become a destination much like Thailand and Singapore.

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Black Kids Don't Swim

YO! Youth Outlook Multimedia, Audio, Alicia Marie and Eming Piansay, Jun 16, 2008

This week on YO!Radio, black kids can't swim, cell phones cause stress and teacher abuse runs rampant.

Healthcare Crisis Looms in LA, Nationally

Los Angeles Sentinel, News Report, Yussuf Simmonds, Jun 11, 2008

In Los Angeles the healthcare crisis has manifested itself in the closure of hospitals and clinics, the reduction of medical services and the increasing numbers of uninsured individuals.

Dawning of the Age of Cosmozation

New America Media, Commentary, Andrew Lam, Jun 08, 2008

Our satellites, probes and telescopes are peering deep into the heavens looking for signs of life. Yet not long ago, we resisted the idea, clinging instead to the self-important notion that life did not exist elsewhere.

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