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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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Plastic surgeon

Asian American Plastic Surgeon Number One in Central Valley

Asianweek, News feature, Marie-Lorraine Mallare, May 28, 2008

Dr. Hugh Vu, voted the top plastic surgeon in the Central Valley by San Joaquin Magazine readers for the past two years, helps make each patient a renewed person.

environment matters

Panic in the Parks: Why the Public Lands Will Change

New America Media, News Analysis, Walter Truett Anderson, May 20, 2008

Americas public land and parks are in trouble. From melting glaciers to fierce wild fires to invading beetles to global warming, nature is changing fast.

wanted

Human Flesh Search: Vigilantes of the Chinese Internet

New America Media, News feature, Xujun Eberlein, Apr 30, 2008

In China "human-powered search engines can turn netizens into cyber lynch mobs, and private lives are turned upside down by collective cyber-vigilantism.

Nasa

Back From a Space Station Far, Far Away

Pacific Citizen, News feature, Lynda Lin, Apr 19, 2008

Daniel Tani is recuperating from an extended stay in space where he became the first astronaut to lose a parent while in orbit.

Ten Minutes of Fame

New America Media, Commentary, Andrew Lam, Apr 17, 2008

The recent 10-minute "made for YouTube" beating of a girl by a group of teenagers in Florida exemplifies a new trend in which the electronic world dictates our reality.

biodiesel

Running on Empty: Biodiesel and Climate Change

Nha Magazine, News Analysis, Monique Duong, Apr 12, 2008

In recent years, both regional and global conflicts over fossil fuel supplies have created a global movement toward generation of renewable energy. The best know is biodiesel-made from vegetable oils or animal fats that can be used in unmodified diesel-engine vehicles.

broadband

Ethnic Users Gain from Broadband Management

Eastern Group Publications, Commentary, Jose A. Marquez, Mar 10, 2008

The same voices behind the net neutrality campaign claim that network management is discrimination: the disruption of an Internet utopia by meddling ISPs. But heavy downloaders drain our resources, the writer says.

cervical

Vietnamese Women Face High Rates of Cervical Cancer

Audrey Magazine, News Feature, Anonymous, Feb 20, 2008

Vietnamese American women are up to five times more likely to get cervical cancer than any other American ethnic group. While a new vaccine offers hope, will it ultimately make a difference?

iced3

Can a Video Game End Deportation?

New America Media, News Report, Sandip Roy, Feb 19, 2008

The new video game ICED pits you against the immigration system. But will this politically-minded game transform the way people think about immigration in America?

rca digital tv adapter

No Box, No TV in 2009

Leadership Conference on Civil Rights , Commentary, Wade Henderson, Feb 17, 2008

Access to communication in the 21st century is not pure leisure; it is imperative. A year from today, a meaninful transition is coming to your television, a change that will dramatically impact communities of color.

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