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Radioactive Refuges

by Ashley Braun
Originally in Hakai Magazine
Published: 16 Jan 2017

A heavily-exploited Japanese fish found sanctuary after the 2011 Fukushima earthquake.

You won’t catch any… 50 more words

Peer Reviewed

Article in Shift Journal 9: Networks

A bit after the date, but an article I wrote about poor image circulation in Venezuela was published in the 9th issue of Shift, a journal on material culture currently hosted by the Graduate Center at CUNY and the Institute of Fine Arts at NYU. 110 more words


Genetically Modified Lifeforms (GMOs)


I  remember a science class at school where we had a guest scientist come in and talk to us about GMO’s, what they are and why we make them. 1,684 more words



Back in August I started a discussion about Vaccines, every week I posted a little bit more about this massive topic. I really enjoyed going through this content and sharing it with everyone on the Facebook page but I kept losing it in the thread so I thought I’d load it up here and get everything all in one place with a few tweaks to help the flow. 2,535 more words


The Scientific Method

The Scientific Method

So this is a Science Communication blog, we should really start with the basics, this blog post is an amalgamation of several posts that I wrote on the Facebook page earlier in the year and it’s the kind of thing that we’re going to use and refer to from now on. 727 more words


Nuermaimaiti A, S-Falk V, Cramer J L, Svane K L, Hammer B, Gothelf K V, Linderoth T R.

Chem. Commun., 2016, November 16

Interdisciplinary Nanoscience Center (iNANO), Aarhus University, Aarhus C, Denmark… 127 more words