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I only noticed the cold after my fingers had stopped responding. I wasn’t able to press the camera shutter button any longer. In that 20 degrees F night, I was standing in the sidewalk with Science Online friends, and I …The post No time for coats: Jupiter is outside. appeared first on Sci-Ed.
Tomorrow, Sci-Ed team members Cristina and John start their journey to attend Science Online 2014. The conference starts on the 27th and is packed with science communication topics (in fact, there are so many interesting sessions it makes it …The post Sci-Ed present at Scio14 appeared first on Sci-Ed.
Anna and I share the love for Brontosauruses. Specifically, of Brian Switek’s “My Beloved Brontosaur”: it was during one of his readings that I first met Anna. We continued to bump into each other in science writing events, and she …The post Guest Post: bridging the work-skills gap appeared first on Sci-Ed.
Last Tuesday night, Bill Nye the Science Guy had a debate with Ken Ham over creationism vs evolution. I watched part of the debate, and have conflicted feelings on it. I’m going to start by saying I think it was …The post Creation vs Evolution: Why science communication is doomed appeared first on Sci-Ed.
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