Monthly Archives: April 2009

Scientia Pro Publica: Posts wanted!

Yes, I still want your posts! we have a few, but not enough. If you’ve written something about science, nature and medicine in the last couple of weeks, or if you’re read something about those subjects that you liked, submit … Continue reading

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Scientia Pro Publica: Bring Out Your Posts!

It’ll be here at this very blog next Monday… the third edition of Scientia Pro Publica (which is the Latin name for the “A PCR machine in every household” movement). So, if you’ve written something about science, nature and medicine … Continue reading

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Suggest a Caption!

My recent wanderings around zoological museums has revealed an interest in the expressions of stuffed animals. This is terribly anthropogenic, but it’s Friday. So, here’s a stuffed animal. He seems terribly keen to communicate, but what’s he saying?

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Scientia Pro Publica 2 is here!

Scientia Pro Publica 2, The Science, Nature and Medicine Blog Carnival is up at Grrlscientist’s blog. It’s filled with far too much good science writing for me to handle, so I’m going to run away and enjoy the sun. But … Continue reading

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Submit to Scientia Pro Publica NOW!

I’ve been lax in not advertising this before, but there’s still a chance to submit your blog post to Scientia Pro Publica. There is even an automated form to do it. I think submissions have to be in today, but … Continue reading

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HR669 and some unintentional effects on US science?

Grrlscientist is worried about a new bill going through the US Congress. The intent of the bill (H.R. 669: Nonnative Wildlife Invasion Prevention Act) is laudable: To prevent the introduction and establishment of nonnative wildlife species that negatively impact the … Continue reading

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An Easter Test

This is just something to get you thinking over the holiday, to make sure your brains don’t totally ossify. There is a specific reason for asking this: I want to relate it to a blog post I read last night. … Continue reading

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I’ve Joined Another Bandwagon

Everyone’s doing it, so why shouldn’t I? I’ve joined the twitterverse, and I have to blog about it.

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2009 MBI Workshop for Young Researchers in Mathematical Biology

(I was asked if I could pass this on. Here you go!) 2009 Workshop for Young Researchers in Mathematical Biology (WYRMB) August 24-26, 2009 Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio The workshop is intended to broaden the scientific perspective of young … Continue reading

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Carnival!

The first edition of Scientia Pro Publica is up. It’s the new blog carnival with lots of scientific goodies (and something naff about phenology). So go along and see what’s new! The next edition will be in two weeks, so … Continue reading

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