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Angry by Choice
No summary available for this site.
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asdfScience
asdfScience is a science blog started by two science enthusiastic teenagers – Aditya and Atul. It was created on 1st of March, 2013. Our aim is to popularise science and to unleash creativity and curiosity. We welcome all thoughts and questions in all categories of science and computing, as well. We ask weird and interesting questions out of curiosity which people usually don’t notice in their life.
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Beatrice the Biologist
Beatrice the Biologist is an online biology education and weirdness experiment to show everyone how interesting and entertaining biology really is.
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Bioscience eLearning
A blog for students, teachers and researchers on the use of technology in teaching, learning and research in the biosciences.
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Boundary Vision
Observations of the spaces in between science, society, education and policy.
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Budding Scientist
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Carbonstuff
Carbonstuff is about learning and science, the RIGHT way. School really destroys the fun out of learning and discovery. My goal is to put that fun back. Let’s explore this awesome world around us, together ! If you are new here, you should check my previous posts so that you don’t miss anything. Created by Bharath Raghavan.
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Casting out Nines
I am a mathematician and educator with interests in cryptology, computer science, and STEM education. I am affiliated with the Mathematics Department at Grand Valley State University in Allendale, Michigan. The views here are my own and are not necessarily shared by GVSU.\n
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Cephalopodcast
Science education plus ocean information and stuff.
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Chembites
Our goal is to help undergraduates navigate current chemical literature by providing summaries of recently published articles.
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Ciencia Puerto Rico - Science is all Around You
The blog Science is all Around You, was created to display impacting images shared by scientists and science lovers. Each month, we present images in which you can observe and learn about the presence of science in our environment.
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Dean's Corner
Published scientific works have a purity of logic but are missing the story that lies behind every discovery. I chose blogging as an outlet for this tension, and because I believe that our discoveries have little value if the public does not understand them. If you want to learn about the latest discoveries in everyday language, about the stories behind them, and how they impact your day to day life, I invite you to join me on this journey. Who knows? You may end up sharing some of my madness.
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Dinner Table Science
I want dinner table small talk to be filled up with little amazing things someone learned on the internet that day. I want people to start taking 10 minutes to read and understand something that can spark an hour long discussion in their homes, their coffee houses, their bars, at their work place water coolers. I want scientists to realize that the public is a huge asset they aren’t using – in fact, it’s one that they’re not only neglecting but also avoiding. And I want that to stop.
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Discovering Biology in a Digital World
No summary available for this site.
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Dr. Petra Boynton
Sex Educator, Agony Aunt, Academic
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Drew's Day
No summary available for this site.
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Earth and Mind
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Elementary Articles
Are you overwhelmed by the number of resources available or looking for some new ideas for teaching? If so, find out some ideas from Declan Fleming. Elementary Articles is part of Talk Chemistry – an online community for chemistry teachers on MyRSC. Visit the page to find out more.
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Endless Possibilities v3.0
A British academic's thoughts on research and teaching in chemistry.
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Everyday Science Fun
I'm a chemist who loves to explore the world through science. I've been volunteering in science education programs for nearly twenty years, and I've collected many interesting stories about science in our everyday lives. I've always wanted to share my knowledge with others, particularly science teachers, so others can see how cool science is.
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Everything Under The Copper Sun
Chemistry, Education, and Life
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Future Science Leaders
Science World teen program
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genegeek.ca
No summary available for this site.
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Genetics Generation
The site is the product of on undergraduate course (Ethical Issues in Genetics) at the University of San Diego. The mission is to educate the public on basic genetics, new technologies, and the ethical issues they raise. Our motto is "Education is our Motivation".
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High School Biology Help
Explaining the tough topics of biology to students
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Higher Learning
The Higher Learning strives to promote overall knowledge and awareness for all people. Without understanding what is going on in the world around us, we have no way to compare our own experiences to those of the average person.
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Hudson Valley Geologist
Musings of a geologist and community college Earth science professor living in the mid-Hudson Valley region of New York State.
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Imphibious
Marginalia along the edge of the ocean.
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info-fetishist
A space for pre-writing about projects, and to discuss research relevant to those projects. My focus is on teaching and learning - particularly at the intersection of information literacy, student engagement and the participatory web.
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InsideEd
A daily forum by staff at Nature Education to share insights and news about emerging technologies, teaching innovations, and policy changes that are shaping higher education.
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