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Out and About in San Diego: Events for the Science Enthusiast

By Samantha Jones

I feel lucky to live in such an amazing spot. No, I’m not talking sand and surf—I’m talking science. There are few places in the country (or the world, actually) that can compete with what San Diego has to offer. 655 more words

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Is science interesting? (for the public)

Working on the following question: why science is interesting? Found relevant material on the web, among which this page: http://bit.ly/2msgll5.

For RRI, Responsible Research and Innovation and Public Engagement – PE – think this is key point

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A Wee Announcement

You’ve no doubt noticed that things have been very quiet on the blog this year, and my activity even on other blogs like Research the Headlines has also been a bit less than usual. 169 more words

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From Nobel to Ignoble

by Daniel Garcia

We’re all familiar with the Nobel Prize, awarded to scientists, scholars, and thinkers who have made a major breakthrough or discovery. They are considered some of the most prestigious awards in the world and the pinnacle of scientific success. 998 more words

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On the Importance of Being a Scientist

As a Graduate Student Researcher we can identify as a student, teacher, or even an employee. But do we ever identify as a scientist? And if not, why not? 732 more words

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ComSciCon comes to San Diego: Great Science, Terrific Writing, and Zombies!

By Samantha Jones

San Diego is a well-known hub for science enthusiasts. From industry and drug discovery to geosciences and environmental conservation, there’s something for everyone. 823 more words

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Star Wars, Frodo, and Scientific Presentations

You may not know it, but a scientific presentation can be as thrilling to watch as Star Wars Episode VI! *gasp* Did she just say that?! 559 more words

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