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Ep 30. Monster girls, parasitism and social media with Tommy Leung


James chats with king of outreach and parasite β€˜otaku’ Dr Tommy Leung. Tommy is a prolific researcher, communicator, artist and philosopher. 142 more words


21st August - Rachael Bonoan, Tufts University

Hi! My name is Rachael and I am a Ph.D. candidate in the Starks Lab at Tufts University in Medford, MA. As a lab, we study behavioral ecology to understand how animals deal with environmental pressures. 274 more words


Stare into my eyes and let me tell you about my science

A summary of the US APECS Science Communication Workshop

Little less than an hour after arriving at the workshop, I found myself staring deep into a stranger’s eyes, struggling to mirror his every movement. 654 more words

Science Communication

Taxonomy of Farts: An Introduction to Grounded Theory*

Have you ever thought how many types of farts are out there in the world? What are their differences? What makes each fart a unique snowflake? 816 more words

Science Communication

Six Selfish Reasons to Communicate Science

The Union of Concerned Scientists blog recently published a post discussing ways in which communicating science can benefit the scientist. Here are a few of our takeaways from this great article: 151 more words


The Conversation #EmojiMySci

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We asked @EuanRitchie1 to #EmojiMySci for #natsciwk (thread)



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Science Communication

Do You Really Need An Antibiotic?

This week has been filled with controversy. In that vein, I feel it’s a good time to say something equally controversial:

Sometimes the best antibiotic prescription… 767 more words