Matt Thurling on the concept of science.TV Â« Pimm - Partial immortalization
"Science" seems to mean very things to scientists and non-scientists, which complicates the project of communicating about science.
Recognition and Alleviation of Distress in Laboratory…
A Natural Scientist: In Which All's Well That Ends Well (At Work)
1. Get it in writing! 2. If you didn't get it in writing, be stubborn!
(tags: work lab-life women-in-science)
The Junction Potential: Electrophysiology isn't a technique you add to your CV; it's a state of being!
"Not a bad idea…
In a brief essay describing renewed efforts to raise the profile of science in the national discourse, Time magazine writer Michael Lemonick offers the following (see the original for links):
What I'm talking about is the growing drumbeat of amply justified fear that America is fast losing its…
Generating Ideas vs. Harshing Your Mellow Â« Off Our Pedestals
LiveJournal as many-to-many communication where "big blogs" are one-to-many (and what that does to the dynamics of the conversation).
(tags: blogosphere communication)
Social Science Research News: Guest Post Friday - Coercion in…