Last week, I wrote a bit about the Martin Luther King, Jr., Memorial session I moderated at ScienceOnline2011 with Danielle N. Lee and Alberto Roca. I know that Alberto is bogged down with grant applications
With some service work for our nation’s medical research agency behind me – including my car breaking down and a narrow escape from the East Coast snowstorm – I finally have a few moments to
It’s been a week and I still haven’t gotten my own reflections written about ScienceOnline2011 – what author Scott Huler called “the South by Southwest of science communications conferences” (News & Observer, 16th Jan 2011).
Following from our previous post on Dr. King and his consideration of science and religion, Kea Giles pointed me to a post by Beth Lebwohl at EarthSky on Dr. King’s Nobel Lecture when receiving the 1964
As we excitedly approach the ScienceOnline2011 unconference in currently-snowy Research Triangle Park, North Carolina, we now have to open a second hotel for those who have not yet made their arrangements. The very kind folks