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For this round of Ask a ScienceBlogger, the question is “Is sunshine good for you?” It’s a beautiful sunny day outside. And, of course, you’re stuck in the lab (or the office, classroom, or daily holding tank of your choice). Although you may thumb your nose at those who seem to have nothing better to…

Although a given scientific paper probably has at least something fairly interesting or unique about it, most people aren’t going to be too interested in reading about, for example, the structural details of the protein-protein interactions between cytoplasmic integrin tails and focal adhesion-associated proteins (my work). But this paper… man, this is completely different. Not…

Since all of my Fantastical Fridays posts so far have been about chemistry or physics, I think it’s time for a change of pace. Here’s a post I wrote a couple of months ago about some more “political” science that had been in the news. (24 January 2006) Now I have an excuse for my…