“Creativity is what helps me escape a lot of my inner demons.” — Demi Lovato I’m a writer. As such, I spend a lot of time starting at blank Word documents (or paper, because I’m old skool like that). If you haven’t guessed yet, sometimes my creative juices run dry and, if you’re a creative […]
Pre- and post-doctoral researchers run the world of science. Sure, Principal Investigators get the credit, but our students and fellows actually perform the experiments and make the magic happen. At Experimental Biology each year (#xBio is the official hashtag), abstracts from trainees get considered for possible awards, with finalists judged on their presentations at the […]
Blogs of Interest Russell Stannard’s Blog is by a British educator who discusses educational technology and language learning. He talks about various technologies useful at the college level as well as K-12. He also has the site Teacher Training Videos, … Continue reading →
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This year’s Wondercon was another great convention. We met a ton of great makers, saw some incredible prototypes of collectible props in development, and even found some new comics to read. It’s also where we finally unveiled the completed Zoidberg project and costume—more of that in the coming days. But for now, here’s our annual gallery of the great costumes and makeups we saw in the exhibit hall. Hope you enjoy them, and post your favorites in the comments below! […]
Since I’ve been quiet on here for a while, here’s an update on things I’ve done/written, and then we’ve got all the self-promotion out of the way for a while. But first, something I’m going to do this week! Story Collider I’ll be telling a story spanning a few years of high school and undergrad […]