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It’s been a decade since the historic 2004 hurricane season, one of the Atlantic basin’s most active years ever. Four major storms wreaked havoc along the East Coast, causing more than $51 billion in damage. Since then, other record-setting hurricanes, including Katrina, Ike, and Sandy, have walloped the U.S. This season, fight back. If a powerful storm knocks out the
> There are a multitude of ways to stay informed about research trends and advances in the field. Obvious ones, for a researcher or trainee are lab or journal club meetings, conferences, or journal subscriptions. Then there’s the online world, including any number of news aggregators, blogs and twitter — Science recently published an article of...Read more
I have a new paper out in Frontiers in Psychology: The perspectival shift: how experiments on unconscious processing don’t justify the claims made for them. There has been ongoing consternation about the reliability of some psychology research, particularly studies which make claims about unconscious (social) priming. However, even if we assume that the empirical results […]
My Planet from Space: Fragility and Beauty A phytoplankton bloom swirls in the South Atlantic Ocean about 600 km east of the Falkland Islands in this image from the European Space Agency (ESA) Envisat satelllite. Image Credit: ESA Il mio Pianeta dallo Spazio: Fragilità e Bellezza, or My Planet from Space: Fragility and Beauty, is […]
Mining for Microbes
AlloSource employees work in the microbiology lab
What do the Curiosity rover and a bone allograft have in common? They both have got to be super duper clean.
That’s why AlloSource, a Colorado-based nonprofit that specializes in human tissue donation, has signed a Space Act Agreement with NASA and its Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL), to make sure their tissue samples are as germ-free as possible. One of the largest