Monthly Archives: December 2011

Life, the Universe, and Everything: What are the Odds?

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The Chemical Me (2011 edition)

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Context and corrections in writing about autism and vaccines: A case study in misleading your readers

Category: Autism, Journalism, The New York Times, The Panic Virus, Vaccine safety | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Science Bloggers’ Year of Favorites

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2011: The Year in Me

Category: Animal Behavior, Artificial Intelligence, Biology, Climate, Creationist Twaddle, Economics, Energy, Entertainment, Environment, Evolution, Evolutionary Psychology, Health, Journalism, Media, Politics, Psychology, Science Writing, Skepticism, Technology | Leave a comment

John Elder Robison: “Why The Times remains the paper of record”

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Science Writing Sampler Platter

Category: Academia, Blogging community, Botany, chemistry, Dietary Supplements, HeLa, History, Natural Products Chemistry, Natural Products Pharmacology, North Carolina, Pharmacology, Pharmacy, science journalism, The American South, The Working Scientist | Leave a comment

The New York Times’s incredible piece on the lives and loves of two adults with Aspergers

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Wednesday Round Up #158

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Science ed-tech curator wanted for The Daily Planet

Category: Awesomesauce, North Carolina | Leave a comment