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#Scio13 Diversity Session: North Carolina offers support to LGBT students

#Scio13 Diversity Session: North Carolina offers support to LGBT students

On Thursday, January 31, 2013 I will be co-moderating a ScienceOnline Session on Diversity in the Sciences with Alberto Roca of MinorityPostdoc.org.The audience will surely have many individuals interested in this topic as we explore many different avenues of diversity and inclusion in sciences and higher education.

January 29, 2013 — DNLee
#SciAmBlogs Tuesday - Stomach Sieve, killer cats, Andromeda, Wind Turbines, Hands-on Math, #scio13 and more.

#SciAmBlogs Tuesday - Stomach Sieve, killer cats, Andromeda, Wind Turbines, Hands-on Math, #scio13 and more.

ScienceOnline2013 starts tomorrow. It is highly unlikely I will have time and energ to post evening linkfests until next Monday - just keep checking the network regularly for yourselves ;-) - Rob Dunn - The Sieve Hypothesis: Clever Study Suggests an Alternate Explanation for the Function of the Human Stomach  - Hannah Waters - Cats Are Ruthless Killers.

STAFFJanuary 29, 2013 — Bora Zivkovic
Cats Are Ruthless Killers. Should They Be Killed?

Cats Are Ruthless Killers. Should They Be Killed?

On islands, cats are the primary cause for at least 14% of bird, mammal, and reptile extinctions and the principal threat to almost 8% of critically endangered animals.

January 29, 2013 — Hannah Waters
Context and Identity in Science Writing #scio13ID

Context and Identity in Science Writing #scio13ID

As you now all know, my partner in crime Scicurious is much like the superhero Batwoman. Or maybe, she is trying to tell us something, and finally share with us her secret identity?

January 29, 2013 — Kate Clancy
ScienceOnline2012 interview with Simon Frantz

ScienceOnline2012 interview with Simon Frantz

Every year I ask some of the attendees of the ScienceOnline conferences to tell me (and my readers) more about themselves, their careers, current projects and their views on the use of the Web in science, science education or science communication.

January 29, 2013 — Bora Zivkovic
Andromeda mon amour

Andromeda mon amour

Andromeda (GALEX/NASA/JPL) There is something beautiful yet ominous about our nearest large galactic neighbor.The Andromeda galaxy is a trillion star behemoth that spans some six times the diameter of the full Moon when seen through a telescope.

January 29, 2013 — Caleb A. Scharf

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