Help Isis help undergrads

Dr. Isis has a sweet announcement today. In conjunction with the American Physiological Society, she's funding an award for undergraduate researchers. She's donating her monthly Scienceblogs payment to the cause, and APS is providing matching funds, up to $500. Help her out by clicking over to check out her blog; her post describing the award is here for more information.

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Dr. Isis has decided to donate the funds from her blog traffic to fund a scholarship for undergraduate research, and has gotten the American Physiological Society to match her donation up to $500. And all you have to do is click on her site - no $$ donations required. So cool! Go visit her…
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