Science

Cindy and Alvin’s Deep Sea Adventure?

Scientists dream about seeing the environment they research daily, however this isn’t feasible for many. Some of us get over it due to its impossibility, however for some fields it …

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Grown-up Sci-Origami: Crushing Hard on [email protected]

Summer is winding down and so is conference season for me. No, I haven’t been able to get to any skeptical cons, because I have been busy attending chemistry ones. …

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FeminismScience

Science Award for Women in Developing Countries

Skepchick readers are an international bunch so I wanted to to quickly mention an interesting award I read about today. The Elsevier Foundation, the Academy of Sciences for the Developing …

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Skepticism

As the Science World Turns: July 2012 Edition

Here is your short round up on of international science news from July 2012. Keep reading to seek answers to the following questions… What ingredients would be available if Top …

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FeminismScience

The State of Harassment and Feminism in Computational Chemistry

This week I am in Vermont attending a conference in computational chemistry. The nature of the meeting is to discuss cutting edge, unpublished research in an intimate environment. While I …

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Skepticism

2D Molecules in our 3D World — Answers!

I sincerely apologize for delaying the answers to the quiz proposed in the ‘2D Molecules that Form Our 3D World‘  post. (I have been scrambling preparing for chemistry conference season …

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Skepticism

As the Science World Turns: June Edition

Here is the first edition of As the Science World Turns. This new monthly feature is going to focus on science news stories outside of the US, in another effort …

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Wine Forming Fashion, literally

There are few things that I love more than wine, science, and fashion. Recently, a collaboration between Donna Franklin, a contemporary textile artist, and Gary Cass, a scientist at the …

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