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A Lady Scientist
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A Life Of Brain
"Days in the life of a neuroscientist" I blog about what it's like to be a PhD student, a neuroscientist and an electrophysiologist. I often get asked by my (non-scientist) friends and family about what I do and my answer to them is this blog.
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Academic Aspirations
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AMS Graduate Student Blog
A blog for and by math grad students.
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Between a Rock and a Hard Place
Between a rock and a hard blog is the brainchild of Elspeth Robertson and Charly Stamper, wannabe members of the science twitterati and PhD students in the School of Earth Sciences, University of Bristol, UK. After two years of confining their idle PhD and science-related chat to the common room, they decided to unleash their musings to the world. Now joined by several other students in the department, the blog focuses on their PhD experiences during our first footholds in academia. They also love to ramble on about general Earth Science topics that pique our interest.
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Brain in Brief
All about neuroscience news, neurological disorders, brain comics, book reviews, blogged by a graduate student studying neuroscience in Northwestern University
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Charged Magazine
Edgy and fun stories about how science and math and the STUDY of science and math affect people.
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ConferenceCast
Brought to you by students on the front lines, our conference blog provides dispatches from interesting science conferences around the world.
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Conidial Coleopticide
They can have my spore applicator when they pry it from my cold, dead hands.
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Exploits of a Master-mind
Chronicling the choice of one chemistry graduate student to leave with a MS and explore alternative science careers.
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Geology Jenga
Daniel Schillereff is currently a PhD student in the School of Environmental Sciences, University of Liverpool investigating palaeoflood records preserved in basal sediments of UK lakes. Laura Roberts Artal is currently a PhD student in the School of Environmental Sciences, University of Liverpool using paleomagentism to answer questions about early Earth’s magnetic field and tectonic processes. Together they make Geology Jenga, sharing snippets from their research interests and academic experiences.
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In Between Your Experiments
A blog about becoming a more productive research scientist, by the company BioData.
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Life Through A Mathematician's Eyes
The study of mathematics is like air or water to our technological society.
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Midnight Radio
An undergraduate biologists's happenings-across exciting science, rambling about student life, first experiences of research, and love of cake. Generally posted at or around midnight.
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PhD Career Guide - Blog
PhD Career Guide Blog
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Phosphorylate my Face
No summary available for this site.
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Scepticemia
The journey of an Oslerphile, and a recent medical graduate from India to discover himself and the science in the world around him in the light of a carefully cultivated culture of Skepticism.
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Science Sounds
Science music? Yes - we do that. At ScienceSounds.com, one science blogger, postgraduate in science and multi-talented musician chronicles the latest in novel science communication while also chronicling his science songwriting. Complete with a full funk band of scientists to publish youtube songs about any scientific topic worth singing about, Science Sounds is a smorgasbord of amazing ideas occasionally rendered harmonically.
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sciencenote
Science extends and enriches our lives, expands our imagination and liberates us from the bonds of ignorance and superstition.
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Smack of Science
Stories of PhD research on jellyfish and other science tidbits.
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SouthWestern Blot
Texan scientists talk about science, lifehacks, art, and more
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Sweet Tea, Science
Meridith and Rachel joined forces to create Sweet Tea, Science in November 2013. In January 2014 they launched a Tumblr and began writing blog posts. They launched the STS blog in May 2014 and have been updating with blog posts on a weekly basis. Many posts are influenced by their respective PhD programs in Statistics and Ecology. Their posts cover, but are not limited to: science travel, science media, advice from students, eco-living, and DIY science.
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Taphovenatrix - Dinosaur Forensics PhD
I am a PhD Candidate at The University of Queensland, Australia. I'm researching the taphonomy of dinosaur, crocodilian, and fish fossils from central-western Queensland. Think forensic investigation for fossil animals, and you're on the right track!
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The Dog Zombie
Dogs! Brains! Science!
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The PostDocs Forum
Information and entertainment in between your experiments.
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Traveling Neuroscientist
It’s a Travel/Academic Lifestyle/ Neuroscience blog: I started this blog to keep in touch with family and friends. My mother is an english teacher and my first love (before I discovered neuroscience) was writing and storytelling. Here you will find personal stories, with feminist undertones, science, history, and an occasional living abroad tip, academic or science career resource, or even a recipe. Because I am a neuroscientist, I talk about almost everything, from that perspective. Subscribe to this blog if you are interested in learning about neuroscience topics, in the context of the daily life of an international science student.
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Tree Town Chemistry
Science news, perspectives, and opinions with a focus on student views. Twitter: @treetownchem
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UCSB Undergraduate Research
A group of undergraduate students from the University of California, Santa Barbara are blogging about their research experiences.
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Unofficial Prognosis
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