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Hello there all you lovely people!

My name is Alisa, for now you can find me on twitter as @ScienceAlisa or on my Facebook page Science: Did You Know?. Basically, I’ve started this blog after finding about the .science top level domain, because it really hit me how huge and awesome science really is!   97 more words

Scientific Studies

Everything you ever needed to know, Part 2

Joe Hanson, a Ph.D. biologist and science writer, is based in Austin, TX. He is the creator/host/writer of PBS Digital Studios’ It’s Okay To Be Smart… 1,879 more words

Blog to the world

By Amy Dunkle | Rhode Island NSF EPSCoR

What do googly eyes, mermaids, the Loch Ness Monster, and superheroes have in common?

There is little connection, other than the same, simple power to grab attention and offer the chance to connect with a non-science audience. 983 more words

Great example of a scientific blog

We found this great example of a scientific blog.  here’s her views on vaccines.

Please don’t politicize vaccine refusal.


URLs of wisdom (January 11th 2015)

URLs of wisdom is a weekly round-up of interesting links about topics at the intersection of people, science and technology.


URLs Of Wisdom - Links

Survey Says

Paige Brown Jarreau is a graduate student at LSU. Her PhD thesis is on the science of science blogging. To collect data for her project, … 92 more words

Items Of Interest

Davis Science Café on December 10th: Dr @PCRonald Serves Up the Future of Food

The popular public series Davis Science Café will serve up a conversation on “Organic Farming, Genetics, and the Future of Food” at its next event on December 10th. 232 more words