Showing posts from October, 2014

The flawed and offensive logic of "Academic Science Isn’t Sexist" in the @nytimes

Rediscovering some critical terms of use in microbial discussions: #microbiomania and #microbophobia

CEO of Soylent goes even further off the deep end - going after his microbiome

Some suggestions for having diverse speakers at meetings

Apparently, the National Academy of Sciences thinks only one sex is qualified to talk about alternatives to sex #YAMMM

Microbiology Book for Kids: It's Catching by Jennifer Gardy and Josh Holinaty

Microbe-themed art of the month: Seung-Hwan Oh portraits w/ mold

Kids' Microbiology Book Review: Germ Stories

Harvard, hope and hype: the sad reason behind overselling diabetes stem cell work - raising money

Talk for UC Davis Pre-Health Meeting (#UCDPHSA): Opening up to Diversity

All Nobel Prizes in 2014 Will be Microbially Themed: The Microbes Guarantee It

Me: Will survey results be published openly. Them: yes. Me: OK - will do survey. #opensurveys

Why I Tweet and Blog: Captured by Beryl Lieff Benderly

Crosspost from microBEnet: Some interesting new papers on functional analysius of metagenomics

Crosspost from microBEnet: Collection of papers on "The Science of Science Communication"