Sci has returned from Science online 2012, which was a fabulous time full of excellent, thought provoking conversations...and some videos of goose semen collection.
Kate Clancy and I moderated a fantastic (if I do say so myself) panel on Sex, Gender and Controversy, how we handle blogging topics that we feel are risky. Attendee Marissa has written up a wonderful Storify on the subject which we wanted to share, talking about what our session discussed and adding in the excellent contributions from the audience. And we'd love to add even more! Please feel free to contact us with any of your thoughts on the session.
And previous posts in preparation for the session:
And our takes on the "Deep Thinking Hebephile": Here and Here.
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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.
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