Yes, we're doing DonorsChoose, too!

I am completely crushed, hammered, and otherwise incapacitated at work right now - apologies to readers who are looking for some natural products and pharmacology wisdom. It is in my brain but just not making it into pixels right now.

In the meantime, I did want to let readers know that we are participating for our 3rd year in the DonorsChoose.org Blogger Challenge here at ScienceBlogs. More later on the program and my interests, past experiences, etc.

In the meantime, you can check out some of the projects about which I am passionate at:

Terra Sigillata's "More Abel To Do Science" Blogger Challenge

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