Monthly Archives: July 2009

Send GrrlScientist to Antarctica!

I haven’t been promoting this as much as I could, mainly because anyone who reads my blog probably reads Grrl’s and Henry’s as well, and they have been doing a better job than I could. But anyway, Grrl wants to … Continue reading

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Wow, another cool optical illusion.

Taken (wholesale!) from Random Knowledge Concentrate on the four small dots in the middle of the picture for 30 – 40 secs. Then look at any smooth single coloured surface near you (wall, paper,…). You will see a circle of … Continue reading

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Job News

The University of Oxford is advertising for a Transgenic Research Assistant. I would recommend applicants attach a photo of themselves taken under UV light. If you’re not glowing green, you may not be acceptable.

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Pretty Flowers and Mimics

I was going to write a post about ecotrons, and explain the lamppost, but I’ve been too busy doing other stuff. So, instead here are some photos that I just took whilst perambulating around Tvärminne. I don’t know much about … Continue reading

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A Lamppost

A lamppost, yesterday

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The latest Scientia Pro Publica Published!

Yes, the latest Scientia Pro Publica (Science for the People) was published today yesterday at Greg Laden’s Blog. Greg included one of my pieces, but there is also some good stuff there.

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