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Learning to Understand Lauren's Research: A Guide to Genetic Engineering, Part 3

Welcome to Part 3 of my introductory guide to genetic engineering! If you haven’t had the chance to read Part 1 or Part 2, you can click the respective links. 448 more words

Learning to Understand Lauren's Research: A Guide to Genetic Engineering, Part 2

Welcome to Part 2 of our genetic engineering guide! Now that you have a handle on the vocabulary needed to understand genetic engineering techniques, I’ll describe some of the methods. 482 more words

Puppies and Chemistry!

Do you have an aversion to “chemistry”? Does the word itself send a shiver down your spine? Are you considering clicking away from this post at the prospect that chemistry is even mentioned?! 897 more words

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Learning to Understand Lauren's Research: A Guide to Genetic Engineering, Part 1

As promised, we are here to highlight our research interests and make science easier for everyone to understand! An unfortunate but necessary aspect of much scientific literature is jargon. 661 more words

Does using SWAY for language learning make sense?

This summer I met a lovely person named Musa in Paris. He is a refugee and he is trying to learn French. I did this 1st chapter of an online book for him. 16 more words

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Our first PGRG blog post

PGRG Blog #1, August 2017

Welcome to the first blog of the Population Geography Research Group! We are delighted to be launching this blog and our new-look website at the Annual Conference of the RGS-IBG in London next week. 463 more words

We the Humanities Curation Week Introduction

Hi folks! My name is Fiona Noble and I am a researcher of Spanish cinema and visual culture. Due to personal circumstances I am not currently employed within an academic institution. 309 more words

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