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Archives for November, 2007

Live from Neuroscience 2007…

Today, 30,000 scientists descended upon San Diego for Neuroscience 2007, the Society for Neuroscience’s annual scientific meeting. With more than 16,000 presentations over just five days, the conference is more than any one reporter could possibly cover. But I’m going to do my best, posting daily wrap-ups here and highlighting some of the most interesting,…

Live Blogging from SfN Meeting

The annual Society for Neuroscience (SfN) conference kicks off today in San Diego. Seed associate editor Emily Anthes, one of SfN’s 30,000 attendees, has graciously offered to do live blogging on Page 3.14 this weekend direct from the conference. The Dalai Lama won’t be there this year. But she’ll have her pick of entertainment—from keynote…

DonorsChoose Stats!

Yesterday was the last day to take part in the DonorsChoose challenge. Now the final tallies are ready, and we are super, super proud: ScienceBlogs readers donated $54,335 for 155 classroom projects. With $15,000 in matching funds from Seed Media group, that means our readers put $69,335 toward U.S. science literacy. WooT! Janet Stemwedel, ScienceBlogs…

New “Ask A ScienceBlogger”

Happy November! Last night, kids of all ages sported masks, fangs, third eyes and severed limbs. It’s perhaps appropriate, then, that this morning we published our latest question to ScienceBloggers: