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Deus Dominus Machina

Let’s do something totally unproductive today: Let`s play god.

Well, it`s going to be “playing god” if you go with the saying “Evolution is god’s way of issuing upgrades”. 647 more words

Science Communication

Important week in climate change communication

This week had both the premiere of the Showtime’s Years of Dangerous Living and the delivery of the IPCC latest report.

Did you watch Years of Dangerous Living? 233 more words

Climate Change

Job Opportunity: Scientific Communication Specialist

Employer: AABB
Posted: Saturday, April 12, 2014
Location: DC Metro area
Salary: Commensurate with experience

Further information

AABB is an international, not-for-profit association representing individuals and institutions involved in the field of patient blood management, transfusion medicine and cellular therapies. 415 more words


See you in Raleigh!

I’ve just registered (a whole two days ahead of the deadline!) for the 2014 Evolution meetings, which this year are hosted by NESCent at Raleigh, North Carolina. 94 more words


The legend of wolves and wapiti

The story of how reintroduced wolves transformed Yellowstone is now well known. According to the story, wolves scared elk away from the riversides, which allowed the willows and aspen to recover, allowing beavers to come back because they had home-building material big enough to use, and the beaver dams restored the health of the watershed. 307 more words


Displaying the Tyrant King - Part 3

Start with Displaying the Tyrant King Part 1 and Part 2.

Tyrannosaurus rex displays changed for good in the 1990s thanks to two individuals, one real and one fictional. 2,259 more words


"Murder or Coincidence?" Statistical Error in Court: Richard Gill (TEDx video)

“There was a vain and ambitious hospital director. A bad statistician. ..There were good medics and bad medics, good nurses and bad nurses, good cops and bad cops … Apparently, even some people in the Public Prosecution service found the witch hunt deeply disturbing.” 229 more words