Monthly Archives: June 2012

A real education in astrobiology

Another summer. More exciting and educational science camps! This year my 10 year old son is again partaking in the University of Nebraska at Omaha’s “Aim for the Stars” series of summer camps, with exciting weekly topics ranging from robotics, … Continue reading

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I doubt that anyone has missed me over the past couple weeks, but I have been busy at a scientific conference, with another on the dock for next week. So I shall be brief, and leave you with a photo … Continue reading

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What happens to someone who is “swallowed up” by work commitments? You start to imagine–or think you do… The departmental hallway, recently

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Lonely One

It’s been quite a week for me; an assortment of 6 different grant proposals having been submitted from my lab–most of them co-investigator proposals requiring a good deal of interdisciplinary coordination. In fact, the last few days I felt very … Continue reading

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