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"now, what the hell is a chromosome again?"

“The more you know, the more you know you don’t know.”
– Aristotle

The post title is a line I pull from page 8 of…

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Rain Rain Go Away

I was discouraged this morning as I drove through the rain to get to the hospital.  It was gray and gloomy and that’s how I felt.  348 more words


On Sunday “Dad’s Taxi” was in operation ferrying one offspring to see another. To avoid running backwards and forwards twice in an afternoon, we decided to spend the afternoon at Salford Quays as we hadn’t visited for a while. 1,167 more words


Methodologies, at Madelon Powers Gallery, East Stroudsburg University

My work is included in this exhibition opening September 7, 4-6pm.  Curated by Darlene Farris-LaBar and Hannah Isreal.

3. From the Series Alluvial, Modeling Paste and Resin on Claybord, “24 x 24”, 2016… 131 more words


Built by Birds

New work by installation artist Stacy Levy may transform a quiet suburban park in Oregon.

Read the full story in Orion. 11 more words


Brittany Benson leads AntLab BugOut!

Certainly one of the greatest things about devoting our lives to the study of insects is the ability to take our work on the road and share what we have learned.  189 more words

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