All about engaging students in Science., especially Bio!
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- Making ferromagnets stronger by adding non-magnetic elements
- Genes, ozone, and autism
- The mere presence of your smartphone reduces brain power, study shows
- Scientists recreate Californian Indian water bottles to study ancient exposure to chemicals
- Sweet bribes for ants are key to crops bearing fruit, study shows
- How many epidemiologists does it take to change a lightbulb?
- “Transparency, Beyond Publication Bias”. A video of my super-speedy talk at IJE.
- You should totally watch this entire day of the IJE conference
- An audio interview with The Conversation, on smashing the walls of the Ivory Tower
- Sarepta, eteplirsen: anecdote, data, surrogate outcomes, and the FDA
- <a href="/story/poo-toilet-waste-energy-madagascar-loowatt-future">Reinventing the toilet</a>
- <a href="/story/my-many-selves-multiple-personalities-dissociative-identity-disorder">My many selves: how I learned to live with multiple personalities</a>
- <a href="/story/falling-science-injury-death-falls">How to fall to your death and live to tell the tale</a>
- <a href="/story/my-deja-vu-so-extreme-i-cant-tell-whats-real-any-more">My déjà vu is so extreme I can’t tell what’s real any more</a>
- <a href="/story/what-its-be-struck-lightning">This is what it’s like to be struck by lightning</a>
- Evolving toxins makes frogs more likely to go extinct | @GrrlScientist
- What happened to wildlife when Chernobyl drove humans out? It thrived | @GrrlScientist
- Hummingbirds nest near hawks for protection | @GrrlScientist
- Predictable evolution: bad news for toads, good news for their predators | @GrrlScientist
- Birds in love produce more babies, study shows | @GrrlScientist
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