Just came back from The 2010 Conference on Communicating Science in Greenville SC which was awesome. Getting up before dawn tomorrow to get myself first to NYC to SciAm offices, then to ScienceWriters2010 at Yale in New Haven CT. Here are some examles of good science writing for you:
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- BIO101 - Protein Synthesis: Transcription and Translation
- BIO101 - Cell Structure
- BIO101: Cell-Cell Interactions
- Food goes through a rabbit twice. Think what that means!
- Essential Science Fiction
- BIO101 - Physiology: Regulation and Control
- Carl Zimmer and BoraZ on push and pull strategies for science communication at #scio10 (video)
- Bed bugs and cockroaches: The insects that bug us
- BIO101 – From Two Cells To Many: Cell Differentiation and Embryonic Development
- Q&A: The FT’s Gillian Tett on separating digital from print and tailoring news to new reading habits nie.mn/1uyMhkS via @NiemanLab 18 minutes ago
- “How I forgot to write” by @JoryMacKay medium.com/@JoryMacKay… 22 minutes ago
- Can spider genes be genetically engineered to make eco-friendly cars? bit.ly/1wUYeQ0 via @GeneticLiteracy 27 minutes ago
- Epigenetics Of Being Without Electricity For A Few Days science20.com/news_articles/… via @science2_0 28 minutes ago
- Labs must now share your genome data with you–But do you really want it? bit.ly/1rD7He5 via @GeneticLiteracy 29 minutes ago
- Unearthed: Are patents really the problem? wapo.st/1sEOmf9 via @washingtonpost 30 minutes ago
- GMO crops produce poisonous gut E. Coli? Many faces of an important bacterium bit.ly/10kUr3M via @GeneticLiteracy 31 minutes ago
- My plan to do journalism through science fiction wp.me/p1UDLG-3Q 35 minutes ago
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