As I mentioned here a few weeks ago, I am excited to say that I have started a new, FULL TIME job as the Science Education Writer at Science News for Students! You can check out all my science education stuff over at Eureka!Lab! And don't worry, Scicurious will continue! I've got my new digs up and running over at Science News, and the science...and the WEIRD SCIENCE, will continue on!!!
Recent events aside, I have been proud to write for SciAm the past few years. It's a wonderfully talented group of writers, and I wish I could take you all with me! :) The writers and editors here have taught me a lot, and been wonderful colleagues and friends. I'll miss you all. And I'll be back reading anyway, never fear!
So readers and fellow bloggers, please update your bookmarks, and make sure not to miss any Scicurious! The blog continues on!
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR(S)
Scicurious has a PhD in Physiology from a Southern institution. She has a Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy and a Bachelor of Science in Biology from another respected Southern institution. She is currently a post-doctoral researcher at a celebrated institution that is very fancy and somewhere else. Her professional interests are in neurophysiology and psychiatric disorders. She recently obtained her PhD and is pursuing her love of science and writing at the same time. She often blogs in the third person.
For more information about Scicurious and to view her recent award and activities, please see her CV ( http://scientopia.org/blogs/scicurious/a-scicurious-cv/)