I’m still traveling, but I know this blog’s been dark for a while, so I thought I’d post a quick update. The theme: baby animals. Dolphins, and sandhills, and seals, oh my! 1. Dolphins My
Archives for March 2011
I’m off for another extended research jaunt, this time to meet animals that have, to varying degrees, seen their flesh and blood bodies melded with machines. I will be blogging, tweeting, and otherwise participating in
The attendees at January’s ScienceOnline conference walked away with some great SWAG. One of the best freebies: Holly Tucker‘s new book Blood Work, due to be released next week. I recently had the great pleasure
I promised you that Small Wonders would be back. And it is. In this edition: the flavor-tripping berry as a remedy for hunger, Munchausen by Internet, and flamingos that fall out of the Siberian sky.
I think I’m developing a historical crush on Harvey Cushing. This innovative father of neurosurgery was a meticulous record keeper, leaving behind a treasure trove of brain and tumor samples (now stored in a fancy