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links for 06/20/2015

Serial: True-life crime podcast grips audiences – BBC News Exploradôme – Qui sommes-nous ? “musée où « il est interdit de ne pas toucher »” tags: Goéry+Delacôte Exploradôme Martin Rees looks back to understand why ‘scientific citizens’ will be important

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links for 06/19/2015

The Neutrinos Are Mutating | A Podcast Exploring The Science Within Movies MOSI – Hooked On Music tags: citizen+science Newcastle Science Comic: Asteroid Belter Wats.on Consultancy | Science engagement, communication and events tags: science+communication event+management Speakers of Science – Speaking

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links for 04/28/2015

Symposia & Round-Table | Life Science Career Day 2015 Posted from Diigo. The rest of my favorite links are here.

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links for 02/06/2015

http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/fac/soc/economics/staff/pbackus/girlfriend/why_i_dont_have_a_girlfriend.pdf The Drake Equation applied to love in the UK, by Peter Backus. via @nicotupe tags: fun pdf A new exposé of Mother Teresa shows that she—and the Vatican—were even worse than we thought « Why Evolution Is True tags:

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links for 02/04/2015

Artist Duo Creates Surreal Cubist Tattoos Based On Clients’ Stories | Bored Panda tags: tattoo Posted from Diigo. The rest of my favorite links are here.

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links for 01/09/2015

Podcast Science – ISSN 2271-670X Posted from Diigo. The rest of my favorite links are here.

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links for 12/30/2014

Vaccines Work. Here Are the Facts. — The Nib — Medium tags: vaccines facts cartoon science cool Posted from Diigo. The rest of my favorite links are here.

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links for 12/17/2014

Tattoo Snob – The Xoïl (aka Loïc) Interview tags: tattoo xoil Posted from Diigo. The rest of my favorite links are here.

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links for 10/28/2014

1100+ Powerpoint Templates – Powerpoint Themes | GraphicRiver via @aratta tags: powepoint presentation templates Posted from Diigo. The rest of my favorite links are here.

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links for 10/12/2014

Ipsos MORI | Poll | Public Attitudes to Science 2014 “More now agree that “it is important to know about science in my daily life” (72% agree, versus 57% in 1988). People are now more comfortable about the pace of

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