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On this Blogging Business, and Regarding Scolding

Last weekend, the Scientific American blogger community blew up as only a blogger community can, over a somewhat complex issue. Many of us are blogging in response, and as much as I hate to I’m joining in the madness...

October 14, 2013 — Scott Huler

And Let There Be “Molecules” of Light

LIGHT IN OUR DAILY LIVES Light is a phenomenon that happens daily. It is a physical occurrence. We use lamps to read, we use headlights to drive in unsafe situations, we use it to grow plants,  and we use it as a form of energy to heat and cook...

October 14, 2013 — Joel Taylor

The Genetics of the Immune System

Last week, I had the opportunity to talk with a group of students from Grandview Heights School in Edmonton, Canada. The students are learning about genetics, and the instructor, John Chase asked me to talk about how genetics impacts my field, and to give them a perspective on how this stuff translates to the real world...

October 14, 2013 — Kevin Bonham

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