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Advice for those considering and those in a PhD

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Why Isn’t Sex Ed Preparing Students for Adulthood?

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Games That Teach You Something About Public Health

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Science: Add Humor and Stir – Wocka, Wocka, Wocka!

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CHARMMing molecular simulations, midge swarms, and swimming C. elegans: the PLOS Computational Biology July 2014 Issue

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Book Review: An Astronaut’s Guide to Life on Earth

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Guest post: Interpreting Lemurs

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Why it’s so easy to believe our food is toxic

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Say Hello to the Nation’s T-rex

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Judging science fairs: 10/10 Privilege, 0/10 Ability

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