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Dr Ana Maria Gonzalez-Angulo: Komen Scholar

Dr Ana Maria Gonzalez-Angulo is a Texas-based cancer specialist, and a tenured Associate Professor at the University of Texas in Houston. Her primary appointment is to the Department of Breast Medical Oncology in the Division of Cancer Medicine, where she is Chief of the Section of Clinical Research and Drug Development. 221 more words

Dr Ana Maria Gonzalez-Angulo

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I’ve been diligently working on the DNA post, but it looks like I may not be able to finish it tonight, and I’d hate to let a whole month go by without a post. 402 more words


Ad Infinitum by Kris Vervaeke

For the past few years Belgian photographer Kris Vervaeke has travelled to cemeteries in Hong Kong and photographed thousands of small portraits affixed to tombstones. Recently publishing a selection of these images in his book  157 more words


Maths anxiety is a condition that may be genetic.

Long since finishing school, I have had the ubiquitous nightmare of sitting in an exam room with a test that I am completely not prepared for. 463 more words


Face-O-Mat by Tobias Gutmann

Tobias Gutmann is a swiss illustrator who travels around the world with his analogue portrait machine and draw faces of people. The Face-O-Mat lets Gutmann sit on one side of the machine, taking portrait requests from strangers. 123 more words


Ridiculously Fun Research

My debut novel, NOT IN THE SCRIPT, is about two teens who star in a television drama. It’s pretty much as pop culture as you get in young adult lit. 1,073 more words

Writing And Life

Butoh: Body on the Edge of Crisis


Butoh is a type of modern Japanese dance that came into existence after World War II, in conjunction with the Japanese student riots. The inventors of Butoh, returning to Japan after studying modern dance in Germany, sought a new form of expression through movement that maintained a cultural connection to Japan rather than copying the western techniques.

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