Links to other initiatives, efforts, organizations and opportunities of relevance to Force11 Related Efforts - Future of Research Communications
The Storytelling Animal: The Science of How We Came to Live and Breathe Stories by Maria Popova Where a third of our entire life goes, or what professional wrestling has to do with War and Peace .
Psychologists studying the way that people plan projects have found that they are often way too optimistic – they think the project will take less time, or cost less, or achieve greater change, or that the change is worth more, relative to what is realistic based on experience with other similar projects. Pannell Discussions » 213 – The environmental planning fallacy
About three years ago, I shared 37 data-ish blogs you should know about , but a lot has changed since then.
Scientific American, others: Why pygmies are short
About | The Mind's Flight Growing up my heroes were mostly scientists and writers – or people who were both: Charles Darwin and Charles Dickens; Jane Austen and Jane Goodall; Galileo, Stephen Jay Gould, Virginia Woolf and Gary Paulsen.
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Sandwiched in between the two better-known eastern neighbourhoods of Marine Parade and Bedok, Siglap is less recognised, less dense and much smaller in size. POSKOD.SG
REFERENCES | The Diet of the Common Palm Civet in Singapore Corlett, R.
I know this is an old story, and I probably sound like a broken record, but facing this problem every day has left me fatigued; hopefully, this post will be cathartic and result in even a few more people becoming aware of this problem. WRC Pulse
tropical shark's log Ok, last September I set out with some awesome people to carry out some research on the blue sharks. Here is the trip report:
I don’t often write about gender and science, but I have been thinking and reading about it lately. If you were hoping for my typical aloof lecturing, or overblown (yet intellectual) ranting, just wait a few days (or you could revisit what I think of David Brooks and Larry Summers ). Purple Doesn’t Exist: Some thoughts on Male Privilege and Science Online | Cedar's Digest
I’ve got your missing links right here (2 July 2011) | Not Exactly Rocket Science Top picks “If this were true adios theory.” Darwin’s margin scribbles show the evolution of a theory
Giuseppe pens his thoughts on the Mediterranean Seagrass Workshop in Morocco. Every three years, I tell myself “this is the last time”, and then every time I change my mind. World Seagrass Association
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By David Shiffman, on October 31st, 2011 Shark Science Monday: the Known Unknowns of Shark Conservation
The top 10 shark conservation stories of 2011 Caribbean reef shark, Bimini.
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The economics of science blogging. « A Bit of Behavioral Ecology
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Scientists & Social Media; A Popular Subject » Biodiversity in Focus Blog
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Science communication? I wish it were that easy… « A Bit of Behavioral Ecology
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The ICCS Year-Round Cleanups at Tanah Merah East « News from the International Coastal Cleanup Singapore
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Post-exam activities for undergraduate students « Otterman speaks…
Octopus Chronicles: Adventures and Discoveries with the Planet's Smartest Cephalopods | Scientific American Blog Network
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