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RIP ScienceOnline, cave art in Indonesia is as old as European cave art, how human were Neandertals?

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Misogyny and sexism in SciComm, pt 2: Act inappropriately and suffer the consequences. Full stop.

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The frozen future of nonfiction: My review of David Eagleman’s Why The Net Matters

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Greetings from SciO12…

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SciWrite alumni featured on Bora Z’s Scientific American Incubator

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Blog Around the Clock: The ScienceOnline2011 interview

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As Science Bloggers, Who Are We Really Writing For?

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