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I had such a blast putting together this feature for ScientificAmerican.com on how avian researchers use technology to understand how birds fly (there’s still so much to learn about the subject!).
You know how blogs posts/tweets etc entice you in with a number in the heading (ten best …, five tips on …)? Here’s even better: a compilation of lists and articles on… 115 more words
I’m of the opinion/assumption/hypothesis/whatever that New Year’s Resolutions actually hinder people from getting things done throughout the year because the phrase itself suggests that there’s only one time of year appropriate for making resolutions, making it psychologically satisfying to make resolutions around New Year’s but not during other times of year — as if making a resolution in October was somehow a failure at its outset. 264 more words
In the post ‘From Dinosaurs to Astronauts, Long-Live the Bone Cells’ I shared my entry to Wellcome Trust Science Writing Prize 2014. The following post includes some of my thoughts on why I didn’t win (or make the short-list)*. 937 more words