Monthly Archives: April 2015

A Punch Line with a Purpose

Is there a place for humor in communicating serious scientific research?

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CSUN Women in Science Edit Wikipedia

Last week we held our first “Women in Science Wikipedia Edit-a-thon” event. It was quaint, but a success. Read this post and check out 3 of the 8 pages we published!

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Celebrating Jefferson: the man, the myth, the scientist.

Jefferson wore many hats (both literally and figuratively) during his presidency, read on to learn about his lesser-known side as a scientist.

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Meat should be a treat

Warning. This is a soapbox post, which is not the norm for this blog. But I need to rant a bit. I spent last Saturday at the Animal Law Symposium put on by the Animal Legal Defense Fund (ALDF). What is an ecologist doing at a law symposium, you ask? Well, it helps if your partner is […]

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