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Don’t picture this!

I spent a lot of time at academic conferences this summer where people were presenting the results of their research. One of the most noticeable changes at conferences in the last few years has been the prevalence of camera phones. It’s become routine that when a data slide comes up, several cameras, phones, and iPads […]

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Centennial ESA wrap-up: Our favorite talks

Six people from the lab were at ESA in Baltimore this year, presenting four talks and three posters! It was great to be there with such a big group. Even President Obama wished everybody well. We spent our time unsuccessfully trying to stereotype a Brony, eating crabcakes (the ones at Faidley’s were amazing), and perhaps […]

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Your ESA Carbon Footprint

Ever wonder about your impact on climate change from traveling to a conference to discuss the effects of climate change?

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