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Croatia's science writers join the World Federation of Science Journalists

Croatia’s new association of science writers has joined the World Federation of Science Journalists, WFSJ, becoming its 59th full member.

The WFSJ is a not-for-profit, non-governmental organisation, representing science journalists’ associations globally. 303 more words

Teacher Tip Tuesday: Science Notebooks for creating models

Hi there scientists,

Happy Tuesday! Here is your first tip of 2018, and it’s a great one! Using science notebooks might seem like a no-brainer, but I wonder how many of you actually have students create models in their notebooks (if you do, I would love for you to send me some pictures!). 518 more words


Guess who is working on the proposal of book #3?

I will give you a hint:

Wish me luck!

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Star Wars and Dr Fraud- A history of scientific sting operations.

Small warning- this is a long read (about 2400 words). This first post will cover the basics  of some notable sting operations, such as who designed them and why. 2,388 more words


SciBabe, paid by Splenda, touts its product

Yvette d’Entremont writes about popular science, especially consumer scams and misconceptions, on her website SciBabe. Her site’s bio notes that she has bachelor’s degrees in theater and chemistry from Emanuel College in Boston, a masters degree in forensic science with a concentration in biological criminalistics from Anglia Ruskin University in Cambridge, England, and worked eight years as an analytical chemist.  1,509 more words

Science Education

A very short post with a very simple question

‪I miss Isaac Asimov, Carl Sagan, and Stephen Jay Gould. What would they write about the world right now?‬ Sigh…


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Head-bangin' bees

It was hard for me not to read an article with the title, “Shakers and head bangers: Differences in sonication behavior between Australian Amegilla murrayensis… 702 more words