It’s now officially a holiday period for me (for some curious reason my university is giving everyone a two-week mid-semester break – but no one’s complaining), but I’m still busy as hell with multiple projects, including coursework, the YAS relaunch, the podcast and just generally trying not to go insane. So! Here are some more interesting/relevant things I’ve stumbled across in the past few days.
Standford University has a free, online writing course through Coursera called “Writing in the Sciences” starting on the 24th of September! It’s free! [...]
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I’ve been so busy at the moment, preparing for university, reading, listening to music, exercising, indulging the Doctor Who-obsessed part of my brain… that I haven’t done a Monday Science Link in a while. And I’m still busy, so here’s a non-standard one.
Ed Yong runs the excellent science communication blog Not Exactly Rocket Science and a short while ago he put out a lovely list of science blogs that he believes everyone should read. As it turns out, the list was completely composed of female-authored [...]
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