Category Archives: science journalism

science journalism

Genome editing just got a lot easier

Category: Bacteria, Cancer, Genetics, News, PLoS, PLoS Biology, PLoS Blogs, PLoS Genetics, PLoS Medicine, PLoS Medicine Week by Week, PLoS Medicine's Daily Click, ResearchBlogging, science, science journalism, The Student Blog | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Hair of the blog

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Science Storyteller Perrin Ireland to scribe as artist-in-residence at the Nature Research Center Grand Opening!

Category: North Carolina, Public Understanding of Science, science journalism, Women in Science and Medicine | Leave a comment

Thoughts on academic scientists giving media interviews

Category: Awesome, Blogging community, GoodPeople, Journalism, science journalism | Leave a comment

Private correspondence made public

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Good Evening, Mr. and Mrs. America…

Category: Here is a Human Bean, Me Me Me, Personal Genomics, science journalism, Shameless pimpery | Leave a comment

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

A conversation with writer and troublemaker Carl Elliott, Part II

Category: Dear Doctor, Here is a Human Bean, mmm...dead trees, Money money money money, political science, science journalism, The scientific-industrial complex, the subject of humans | Leave a comment

A conversation with writer and troublemaker Carl Elliott, Part I

Category: Dear Doctor, dissemination nation, mmm...dead trees, Money money money money, political science, science journalism, The scientific-industrial complex, the shoulders of giants, the subject of humans | Leave a comment

All Atwitter II: Seth Mnookin

Category: blogody, Dear Doctor, dissemination nation, Here is a Human Bean, science journalism, the death spiral, The scientific-industrial complex, the subject of humans | Leave a comment