A first: A snow-frosted Astroguyz mobile. (all photos by the author). Well, we headed northward in our trek across New Mexico this week, and winter weather was there to meet us. We knew it would happen sometime, and the gloves, hats and jackets are now out in full force. Luckily, the town of Santa Fe, [...]
Downtown Oklahoma City. (All photos by the author). If you’re like us, you’ve made that long drive across the state of Texas many, many times. The state is larger than many countries, and in fact was a nation long before joining the U.S of A. Anyone in the U.S. Air Force is familiar with Texas, [...]
This week on the On Your Mind Neuroscience Podcast: We’re back on home soil! After an exhausting and exhilarating week in Washington, D.C. for SfN, Liam and Kathryn are back to share some of the things they’ve seen. Besides the amazing research that Kat got to hear about, Liam found some time away from the ...read more
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Holy smokes-- former Freud expert & current stats legend Andrew Gelman is using the "disentanglement principle" to teach Bayesian statistics to frequentists! I'm not kidding!
For crying out loud, if he can pull that off, then surely science communicators can overcome cultural polarization on climate change.
By Mikayla Keen and Claire Harris Have you ever stopped to think about what’s under your feet, under our roads and under the wheat crops that produced the flour in your bread? Soil features in every continent on the globe; it’s one of the fundamental building blocks of life. It’s pretty important stuff but we don’t […]