ScienceOnline Together got started today. If you’re not there, you virtually can be. Learn more here about what SciO really is and why you might consider attending next year. by … Continue reading
Press embargoes, what are they good for? And can you really place an embargo on publicly posted research papers?
Long before DC’s beloved snowy owl got hit by a bus, one resident said she saw calamity coming. Was she just a pessimist? Or do we know enough about owls … Continue reading
What squishy products do you use every day? You may have thought about their chemical impact on the environment, but have you thought about their physical impact? by Kerstin Nordstrom … Continue reading
Google buys another robotics company, taking stock in those that run, climb and jump in eerily life-like ways. Welcome to the uncanny valley. And plenty of YouTube videos. by Kelly … Continue reading
New work by a group of British researchers has found that for one of the species of bacteria that causes meningitis, a trio of exquisitely sensitive RNA thermosensors is behind … Continue reading
This post by Matt Shipman originally appeared at Communication Breakdown on Tuesday, December 3, 2013, and it has been cross-posted here with permission from the author. Reporters and editors need … Continue reading