Recognizing LGBQ Accomplishments in Science

June is now here! That means warm weather, the summer solstice bringing the longest day of the year, and a month where businesses edit their logo to be rainbow colored! Here at American Scientific, we are looking back and honoring a member of the LGBQ community and his legacy and impact on both WWII, the […]

Spotlight on Asian Americans in Science

Chien-shiung Wu (1912-1997) Did you know that May is Asian American & Pacific Islander month? This month, we take the opportunity to honor an Asian American that have made a difference in US history and the scientific field as a whole! Chien-Shiung Wu was a Chinese American that was born in May, 1912. She graduated […]

Rare ‘Ring of Fire’ Solar Eclipse Happening This Weekend

On Sunday, June 21st, an annular solar eclipse will be taking place. An annular solar eclipse occurs when the moon covers the Sun’s center. This results in a ‘ring of fire’ around the moon. The path of this particular solar eclipse will be visible across Africa, Ethiopia, Pakistan, India, China, and Taiwan. A partial solar […]