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Archives for October, 2006

SFN: I just can’t win!!!

I had grand plans in mind for blogging this conference. Then I got a virus and spent the last 2.5 days or so in bed. Lovely. Barely got to even meet Shelley and Jake. Forced to eat room service for meal after meal. Barf! I’ll put some stuff together for next week. In the meantime,…

SFN blogging: Jake’s been deflowered

Almost too cute for words. Poor SFN conference virgin Jake just got his cherry popped. I tried to warn him that this conference is nuts, but does anybody ever listen to me? NOOOOO. This afternoon had a good run of posters relating to transgenic mouse models of Alzheimer’s Disease. Got me thinking a bit about…

Greetings and salutations from the 36th annual meeting of the Society for Neuroscience!!!! I’m gonna try and get back in the bloggin’ business after some major life changes by writing about exciting news from the forefront. Unfortunately, the only thing I have to report so far is that Jake and Shelley and I had dinner…

SchadenFriday: Glen Phillips edition

This SchadenFriday goes out to…. me, and my massive life changes. Take it away, Glen. Someone’s in the backyard banging on the door Daddy’s gone away, he’s coming back no more His baby’s curled up on a stranger’s floor Momma’s thinking family dinners weren’t too much to ask for Everybody here’s got a story to…

The Alliance for Science, in an effort to further dialogue between the science, religious,and business communities, is committed to bringing in a diverse network of speakers to its public meetings in the DC Metro area. Last year we had Dr. Peter Folger from the American Geophysical Union, Reverend Henry Green, ScienceBlog’s own Chris Mooney, NCSE’s…