Monthly Archives: August 2012

The notable and the few, popular science books by women

I recently came across the August 6th post by science writer Jo Marchant in The Guardian’s Notes & Theories; Dispatches from the science desk. The Guardian is a British publication however, the perspective is pretty much universal as she mentions US … Continue reading

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Science Jobs – are they there?

I just thought I’d write a spiel on the career prospects for scientists these days given the state of the economy and no clear end in sight for a bit of stability. First off, I was was raised in the … Continue reading

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