Monthly Archives: March 2009

New Carnival Needs a Worse Name

Grrlscientist has decided to start a new blog carnival, for good science writing from the blogosphere. She wants to call it Scientia, which is indeed a good name, but an anonymous commenter from Vancouver pointed out that the name was … Continue reading

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Phrolics in Phenology

I know none of you noticed, but I wasn’t around the blogosphere much last week, because I was in York, at a workshop. I had left Helsinki in the depths of winter, with snow and ice on the ground. Helsinki, … Continue reading

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Trends in Open Access

This evening I gut an email from a new Open Access journal: Trends in Evolutionary Biology: Trends in Evolutionary Biology, March 2009 We would like to invite you to submit your next paper to Trends in Evolutionary Biology. Looking … Continue reading

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I just got myself really confused, reading this in an etoc: A record of plant migration in the main asteroid belt

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The Beast Has a New Friend (warning: cute overload)

Recently we’ve had a visitor on the balcony hiding from the snow, and eating the bird food. Yesterday, The Beast

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