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Skulls of Science

Ah, the Mϋtter Museum. Home to my favorite exhibit, the Hyrtl Skull Collection. In 1872, the museum acquired the 139 skulls from Viennese anatomist Joseph Hyrtl. 218 more words

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I read the comments on my recent article and this is what I learnt

As a new-to-the-game freelance science writer, publishing an article in The Atlantic a few weeks ago was a huge accomplishment. Even more so because it was my very first bit of paid freelance writing. 798 more words

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Link: Life as a Wellcome Trust Intern

Descriptions of the various positions Interns can have at the Wellcome Trust from the interns themselves. Great examples of alternative science careers and links to where you can apply to do an internship yourself. 6 more words

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Richard Axel

“Before you know, you must imagine”

Curiosity, intellectual intensity and collaboration – these words define Dr. Richard Axel’s distinguished scientific career. His pioneering work on the olfactory system won him and his fellow investigator, Linda Buck, the Nobel Prize for Physiology and Medicine in 2004.

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Ralph Steinman

A ground-breaking biologist who changed the way we understand the immune system

Ralph Steinman, who has died of pancreatic cancer at the age of 68, was an illustrious figure in the field of immunology. 1,072 more words

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