Thursday, November 4, 2010

More Science in Spanish

Hot off the Twitter presses… um, Twitter stream… well, in any case, I just saw this and wanted to pass it along to you.

From the EarthSky press section:

U.S. Spanish speakers will find more science on both radio and television in the coming three years, thanks to a new National Science Foundation grant, EarthSky announced today. The grant will support EarthSky’s goal of reaching, educating, and inspiring Spanish-speaking audiences in the U.S. with relevant and interesting science content.

What an exciting endeavor! Also, right now you can read articles, watch videos and listen to audio on their Spanish-language site.

Where to go:
More details in press release
EarthSky in Spanish


Andrew said...

Also great news for anyone learning Spanish, especially if they're involved in the sciences!


Umer said...

National Science Foundation rocks, hats off to them! Being an Engineer and a student of Spanish I can certainly appreciate the worth of this step. Great to know.