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Could we run a twitter poster session?

I’ve been enjoying following the mega-meetup-12k-scientist-strong EGU conference via the hashtag #EGU15. In particular, people are tweeting pictures of and links to their posters, as adverts for other scientists that happen to be on twitter. 266 more words


Coldest in more than 100 years in northeastern U.S. | Ice Age Now

Coldest in more than 100 years in northeastern U.S.

by ROBERT on APRIL 14, 2015 · 4 COMMENTS

“Is New England on the cusp of the new Ice Age??” asks reader. 55 more words


On the Radio: Smoke linked to tornado intensity, UI study finds

April 13, 2015

This week’s On the Radio segment looks at a recent study by University of Iowa researchers who found a link between smoke from fires and tornado intensity. 247 more words


200 Years of Volcanic Legacy

I am rather pleased when my favourite non-science journal explains a bit of science – and gets it right! I’ve been reading The Economist ever since I discovered the world, and the magazine has seldom let me down. 157 more words


Excluding complacency in Small Island Developing States

MasterCard CEO Ajay Banga’s six lessons on leadership

What I want to focus on is leadership. How do you take the leadership potential all of you have and cultivate it. 759 more words


Recent American Public Opinion.

Iran. In March 2015, 68 percent of Americans approved of negotiating with Iran over its nuclear program. Broadly, we can see the effects of the Iraq war on the public mind. 546 more words

Wars Of The Middle East