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In the process of putting together an actual post about the value of water resources, I found these hilarious videos from the Wasting Water Is Weird campaign.
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A day late, but still here - new Video of the Week for your enjoyment. - Claire Cusick - Scientist in the Kitchen: Jen Yu, Photographer, Blogger, Scientist, Cook - Ellen Crocker - Serendipity and science: 30 minutes with Dr.
Note: Before we join the new group of students training for the 2012 Micronesia Expedition we will catch up with several of the USC scientific divers and see what they have been working on over the past year.
Video of the Week #38 April 12th, 2012 From: Want to run a successful Kickstarter campaign? Start with cinematic genius by Carin Bondar at PsiVid .
April 9th: Now that we have arrived the work begins. We spent the day checking out the snow, putting our ground-based LiDAR together and testing it, and dealing with some lingering logistical problems (like making sure ten barrels of aviation fuel arrive before the plane does).
#SciAmBlogs Wednesday - mosquitos in Florida, addiction in Bronx, Identity at #TEDMED, surfgrass at Catalina and more.
- Michelle Bialeck - Mosquito control in the Florida Keys - Cassie Rodenberg - Science, meet life: Why I write on addiction in the Bronx - Ilana Yurkiewicz - Words, influence, and identity - Charles Q.
By Christine Sur and Laura Wang Note: Before we join the new group of students training for the 2012 Micronesia Expedition we will catch up with several of the USC scientific divers and see what they have been working on over the past year.
As spring creeps up on us, most of the country looks forward to basking in the long-awaited sun. People skip work. College kids skip class. School kids finally get to play outside without snow boots, well maybe not this year.
#SciAmBlogs Tuesday - a river in Argentina, star with nine planets, Amur Leopards and Tigers in Russia, and more.
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