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Elsewhere: A new physics blog and an afternoon of inspiring talks

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The last couple of weeks have been busy ones in my day job, because we just launched the new physics blog physicsfocus! We have a whole range of posts already up, covering topics from latest physics results, to education and science communication. You can catch up with everything from our launch week here. Readers of Basic Space [...]

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Basic Space

Who are you? Basic Space anniversary edition

A few too many candles, but who's counting. Credit: {link url="http://www.flickr.com/people/53630957@N07"}Vikas Bhardwaj{/link url]

It’s the Scientific American blog network’s first birthday today! Taking a leaf out of Ed Yong’s book, or rather blog, to celebrate our birthday, we’ve decided to give the floor over to you, dear readers. So write a comment below and let me know who you are, how you found this blog and what you [...]

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Basic Space

A stellar nursery in Orion

This is a little different to my usual posts. As it is visible on every post on this blog, I wanted to add a little explanation to the picture I chose to use as a banner The image up at the top of the page next to the “Basic Space” was taken by the Hubble [...]

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Basic Space

Welcome to Basic Space!

Welcome to Basic Space. For those who read my blog before (all three of you…), this is going to be much the same, only bigger and better. For those of you who don’t have a clue who I am or what I am doing here, allow me to explain. This blog is my attempt to [...]

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Doing Good Science

Let’s talk about “Doing Good Science”.

Welcome to my shiny new blog at Scientific American! Here, we’ll be talking about what’s involved in doing good science — and about what ethics has to do with it. Doing good science includes: Building a reliable body of knowledge about the world and how it works. The world is full of phenomena, and the [...]

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Thoughtomics

Welcome to Thoughtomics!

Darwin's thought

Hello and welcome to Thoughtomics! My name is Lucas Brouwers. I am a Dutch science writer with a background in molecular biology and bioinformatics. After obtaining my MSc degree Radboud University in Nijmegen, I decided that a science career is not for me. I am currently employed by a Dutch daily newspaper where I write [...]

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