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A Flying Visit to the Berkeley Synchrotron

By Rachel

Earlier this year I was lucky enough to get to go over to California for a few days all in the name of science.  543 more words

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Random Writing: What I’ve learned about writing

Hello there bloggies! Welcome to one of my Random Writing posts!

When I started this blog back in January 2015, one of my main goals was to make myself write more. 528 more words


What to do at EGU

A couple of weeks ago I was lucky enough to attend the European Geosciences Union conference in Vienna, affectionately and efficiently known as EGU. 1,032 more words


Combining Bison Conservation and Geoscience at the National Park Service

By Allison Mitchell, Wildlife Conservation Biology Assistant, Geoscientists-in-the-Parks (GIP) Participant

After I graduated from the University of Colorado at Boulder, I focused all my efforts on finding a job related to wildlife conservation. 2,055 more words

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Dancing science

Dancing is not a required skill for studying science. In fact, whole science degrees can be awarded without assessing a single pirouette. And yet recent years have seen a groundswell of people attempting science communication through dance. 333 more words


Creating an animated video summary of a Cochrane review

After reading Jani’s blog post on creating Cochrane infographics I thought I would try and produce one for our most recent review: Needle size for vaccination procedures in children and adolescents… 1,128 more words

Inside Science: Dark Matter Particles, Cosmic Lenses, and Super-Earths

Here’s a few new stories I reported on and wrote for Inside Science News Service over the past couple weeks:

Physicists Look Beyond WIMPs For Dark Matter… 1,455 more words

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