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Jennifer Frazer
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Freelance Science Writer and Blogger for Scientific American @ The Artful Amoeba
Freelance Science Writer and Blogger for Scientific American @ The Artful Amoeba

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My latest post: How the Mosses That Got Run Over by a Glacier Survived Their Ordeal

Cute, fuzzy mosses are tougher than they look.

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My latest post: Missing Nitrogen May Be Vanishing in the Tubes of Giant Bacteria.

Bacteria that live like tube worms and are visible to the naked eye? Wonders never cease.

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My latest post: There's Darwin's Fungus!
In which I spy the very specimen of the unsual fungus that Darwin collected while on the Beagle, and of which I'd written last winter.

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My latest: Are Cycads Social Plants? Also: What Are They Doing With Those Enormous, Super-Sized Seeds?

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My latest: The Private Life of Plankton -- in HD

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My latest: Ever Wanted to Observe and ID Weird Deep Sea Organisms? Here's Your Chance

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My latest post: The Universe Between the Sand Grains.
The animals that live in wet beach sand will astound you. Includes videos!

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My latest: Yeast: Making Food Great for 5,000 Years. But What Exactly Is it?
Bonus: See yeast "shmoo"!
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