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CapSciComm Networking Social, August 31st at @Highwater916 Sacramento

Join us on August 31st for the Sacramento region’s only mixer for professionals and students in science communications! We are rotating back to Sacramento for this month’s event, just down the street from… 145 more words


How Hawaii?

800,000 years ago a volcanic eruption cut through the surface of the sea building more rock onto itself. In the coming years, the lava flowing from the volcanic hotspot underneath the crust of the earth will form the biggest of the Hawaiian islands. 1,171 more words

Social Media for fisheries and beyond #SocialFish

Some folks at the American Fisheries Society symposium hosted a pretty great seminar today on Social Media in fisheries science. Following from distant Hawaii, and intrigued by the combination of the ocean, fish and social media – all things I am into, I tuned in, and found it so inspirational I wrote a… 104 more words


Science Communication, Isaac Asimov, and Creativity...

I am asked quite a number of questions when I’m on the road and as you might expect, most deal with germs. But every now and then, someone wonders exactly how to come up with inventive ways to communicate science. 590 more words


Reading town centre to host Speaker's Corner style science talks

An advert for Soapbox Science on getreading.co.uk

Take a look at some of these fascinating facts you could learn about at the Reading town centre event… 511 more words

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22nd of August 2016 - Megan Larsen, University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Megan recently finished her PhD with Jay T. Lennon at Indiana University where she specialized in microbial ecology and evolution. Her dissertation focused on how cyanobacteria-phage interactions within microbial communities evolve in response to nutrient limiting conditions. 170 more words


And They Felt No Shame: on challenging creationism

“A lie ain’t a side of the story.  It’s just a lie.”

– The Wire

“Adam and his wife were both naked, and they felt no shame.” 1,344 more words