I Help Cure Cancer in My Sleep

I’ve started working the night shift. Last night, it was a research project on childhood cancer. Earlier in the week, I worked on Muscular Dystrophy, clean water, and human proteome folding (whatever that is). And all I did was what I have done every night since I first bought a computer: I turned out the light and went to bed, knowing that after a backup, […]

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Educon-omizing

I’ve been interested to read theĀ  range of blogged responses to Educon 2.3, the education conference held at the Science Leadership Academy in Philadelphia, from January 28-30. There was excitement, giddiness, a sense of pleasure and relief over returning to the fold or finding oneself among kindred spirits. There were critical posts, and some expressions of hurt and anger. A number of folks, from Liz […]

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