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Lab Talk: The Next Stage of Graduate School

So, good news! I have a lab. New let me backtrack and explain what that means. As a student in a PhD program, my first year, I did rotations. This means that I worked for a few months in different … Continue reading

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Education Cartoon, and Vaccines

Education? And an explanation of vaccines:

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Women in Science, Big Bang Theory Style

Big Bang Theory did a women in science episode. I may be a week late (again), but I feel a little obligated to comment on it. That said, my personal focus tends to be less towards influencing any particular group … Continue reading

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Brain Awareness Week

I recently found out that Brain Awareness Week is from┬áMarch 11-17 this year. If you’re in NYC, consider checking out the events. There are workshops, lectures, at least one fair. Most of them look like they’re free, though some require … Continue reading

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Funniest Example of Science in Media

So, while brainstorming a post for today, I started trying to remember the most ridiculous portrayal of science I could think of. And one jumped to mind pretty quickly. When one of my friends came to visit me and another … Continue reading

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