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Science and the Public Parlay: Come a Little Bit Closer

BOSTON—Rarer than hen’s teeth is a bill in Congress that has bipartisan support. But such legislation exists, and if passed would open up a semi-secret world. The law—the Fair Access to Science and Technology Research (FASTR) Act—would ensure that research articles based on taxpayer-supported projects are freely available online for the public to read. FASTR [...]

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Plugged In

Stormwater Film Festival

On January 30, Plugged In’s unquenchable interest in infrastructure expressed itself in an actual tour of an infrastructure system itself. As part of ScienceOnline2013, the fabulous science/scientist/communications convention/festival/love-in held every year in my own city of Raleigh,  I led a tour of the stormwater tunnels beneath the city of Raleigh. I know all about these [...]

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Symbiartic

Want to find more artists, ScienceOnline?

Science-inspired art is on the rise.

There are more scientific illustrators, fine artists, cartoonists, photographers, and visual-science people at ScienceOnline this year than ever before. There’s an art show and even an entire session track. Interested? Want to learn more about this growing profession and subculture? Here’s some places you can find them. I’m gonna miss some. Leave more in the [...]

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Symbiartic

SciArt at ScienceOnline 2013 – the Digital Gallery

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This marks the 2nd annual ScienceArt Gallery at ScienceOnline – this year featuring talent from the attendees themselves! There are more talented illustrators, comic artists, photographers and visual people than these attending – and since both Kalliopi and myself are in NC we’ll see ho else we can profile here on Symbiartic. With apologies to [...]

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Symbiartic

Science Communication Migration Map

  Kate Prengaman blogs at Xylem: An Ecology and Environment Blog and created this stunning map of ScienceOnline 2013 attendees. I have to say, it makes me happy that the number of artists has increased so much over the last couple of years. There’s more to science communication than journalism!  You need effective visuals, not [...]

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Symbiartic

SciArt at Scio13 – Call for Entries

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Last year we saw thundering success with the first ScienceOnline Science-Art Show – more than 50 artists submitted 100+ works included in the digital gallery. That wasn’t the only success last year. For the first time, we saw an entire mob of artists at ScienceOnline itself – there in person, sharing visual techniques for communicating science. [...]

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