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Leak spotting - sounding good.
What you hear is a turbomolecular pump getting rid of the last bits of air in the chamber and an acoustic signal for the leak detector. If it goes up, there's trouble... #HZBzlog   #HighFieldMagnet  
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At long last: Our little bee-game is out! https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/beewithme/id527941317?mt=8
And yes, we are a little bit proud of it :)
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I am preparing an interview project with women scientists and need to convince funders that there actually is an audience for this. Or not… You can help me find out by quickly answering the question b...
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Great trailer. Good online strategy, too. Educational site, blog, shop. Smart.
A love affair with bugs. beetle, insects, Japan, Jessica Oreck, Tokyo. “Beetle Queen Conquers Tokyo” ist ein Dokumentarfilm über Japaner und ihre Insekten. Wirklich! Working backwards through history,...
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Coal: A Love Story
Great project by UNC journalism students
Coal: A Love Story. And an interactive film. Online. Journalismus, UNC. A combination of video, info graphics and text – different layers of information – from emotions to facts, and back. Smart. The ...
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For the next months and years, HZB will be setting up a number of new instruments and research facilities. These design and construction processes often appear complicated and protracted, but they also provide unique opportunities for a behind the scenes look into science and the mechanics and mechanisms that are integral part of it. Here we want to document some of these processes.
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A little piece on Neanderthals I wrote
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So excited! We started filming for "Significant Details" - at last!!
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I finally put up the transcript...
When I was at Science Online 2012 earlier this year, I had the opportunity to interview Ivan Oransky of Retraction Watch and Embargo Watch. When I tweeted about transcribing the interview as part of t...
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STEM Women on G+

Today, me, +Rajini Rao and +Liz Krane were thinking of building a circle comprising of Women who work in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) fields. In order to ensure that this circle is fully representative of all the women in STEM, I would like to ask for nominations. Please enter your suggestions here (http://goo.gl/rvKEf). Is there anyone that you feel should be included in this circle?

Here is a list of criteria that these candidates should have:

Job should relate directly to STEM or be an advanced student of STEM

Should be female Sorry guys! The reason I am limiting this circle to women is because females are under-represented in STEM fields. STEM fields are traditionally male-dominated, and there is probably a greater need for positive female role models in this field because of prevailing stereotypes such as 'girls can't do math' and so on. The circle would therefore have to consist of not only females in STEM but females in STEM who actively promote their fields and encourage others who might be thinking of STEM careers.

This is a circle for Women in STEM run by Women in STEM

Please share this post to spread the word and fill in the nominations :)
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Always in awe that this was made decades before Google Earth, and less than ten years after landing on the moon.
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