Anne S

Anne Sauer is an atheist with an appetite for science, good food, and making connections between the two. She is currently pursuing her MBA in Sustainable Management at Presidio Graduate School in San Francisco. Her favorite foods are salted caramel ice cream and chicken tikka masala. You can find her on twitter @aynsavoy.
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    Hangout on Air this Wednesday: Mad Art Lab Goes to the Movies!

    Cross-posted from Mad Art Lab Join us this Wednesday, August 14th at 8 PM Central/6 PM Pacific for a live online chat with some of your favorite Mad Art Lab contributors and some special guests about the art and science of film! RSVP for the hangout on Google+ We welcome special guest David Fitzgerald, author of The Complete Heretic’s Guide…

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    Bad Chart Thursday: Mad Art Lab is Popular, OK?

    Hey all. Anne from Mad Art Lab here. I’m invading the Skepchick main site on behalf of the Lab to stage a protest. You see, over on the Lab’s behind-the-scenes dashboard, we mere contributors can no longer see our site stats. For a bunch of affirmation junkies like us (artists just want attention, you know), this is a cruel and…

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    Etched Decanter Auction + the Amazing Skepchick Cure-All

    Cross-posted from Mad Art Lab. Featured photo by Mindy Townsend. A huge thank you to everyone who came to our SkepchickCON panels at CONvergence, as well as everyone who stopped by the Skepchick Sideshow party room. I’m excited to announce that the beautiful glass decanters containing the cures for Dyspepsia, Palpitations, and Jaundice—the Amazing Skepchick Cure-All!–are all up for auction…

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    Differentiating the Good from the Bad in Stem Cell Research

    When it comes to stem cell research and treatments, consumers are often considered to be the group most likely to be taken advantage of by snakeoil salesmen. However, having your MD or PhD does not guarantee immunity to the tricks of scam artists, especially in the competitive, financially-motivated world of research publishing. Thankfully, a few organizations and companies are coming…

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