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The Artful Amoeba

What The World’s Tiniest Free-Living Microbe Is Doing In You


It’s no longer any secret that our skin and various mucusy surfaces are microbial zoos. So are our homes. What is less well known is what the individual species in those zoos look like and are doing. An early attempt to combat this ignorance has been cooked up by project frequent Sci Am guest blogger [...]

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Life, Unbounded

So You’re a Scientist Wanting to Write a Popular Science Book?

Be prepared...

About three years ago I had an epiphany, or maybe it was a small bout of lunacy. I realized that I wanted to try to write a real book – something that wasn’t just another peer-reviewed journal article reporting the minutiae of a piece of research that precisely ten other people on the planet were [...]

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The Urban Scientist

African-American Science Bloggers, Writers, and Tweeters

I’m still continuing my crusade to shine the spotlight on Top STEM Professionals of Color.  Today, I’m sharing my list (and hyperlinks) of African-American Science Bloggers, Writers, and Tweeters.  And I’m doing this in conjunction with the announcements of the 2012 Black Weblog Award categories.  It’s a nice spread of categories and I am happy [...]

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