As folks who teach the history of science think about their course offerings for the new school year in just a few months, it is perhaps worth mentioning that there is a new edition of a popular history of science textbook: 195 more words
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Biological agents are self-replicating living organisms or toxins produced by organisms that can be used to injure or kill humans, animals or crops. Humans, animals and plants share the earth with microorganisms: bacteria, viruses, fungi and parasites. 396 more words
I’m very pleased to finally be getting on with something I’ve wanted to do for a long time now: online classes! If you watch the video above, you’ll get a brief introduction to… 425 more words
June 18th, 1858 was a rough day for Charles Darwin. On that day, he saw his worst nightmare seemingly unfold right in front of his eyes. 897 more words
This clips (8:50) involves former newsreader Angela Rippon putting the case for antibiotics to be the winner of a poll to identify Britain’s Greatest Invention. 386 more words
Article originally published in Medicor 2017 #2, Medicinska Föreningens magazine.
Scientists do science. Artists make art. Writers write. Right?
You cannot get scientific credit without the long slog through a lengthy education, and dodging the daily struggles of academia. 1,121 more words