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Congrats to the recipient, and I agree, FWIW.
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Camilla Corona originally shared:
 
The Sun right now looks like a smiley face. The two active regions make the eyes. On the bottom left there is a coronal hole (which makes it look like the dimple). Slow solar wind is escaping there, which will reach earth around January 13.

Credit: NASA SDO
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You never forget your first time... :)
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I just want to get this out publicly: The citation style for Human Molecular Genetics (Oxford Journals) is identical to that for Nucleic Acids Research (Oxford Journals). The latter of which is in Zotero, Reference Manager, Endnote, Mendeley and what-have-you. All done now.
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:))) thank for sharing!
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I never activated this, personally, but it's worth taking a look if you aren't sure if you did.
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+Jason Goldman I'd be interested in keeping tabs on #scio12 even if I can't attend. Other suggestions than hashtag on twitter?
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Ed Yong originally shared:
 
I think good science writing is worth paying for.

Every month, I pick 10 people who have written awesome stuff for free, and I donate some of my own money to them. I also collect donations from other people, so pls spread the word and contribute if you'd like to.

This month's picks:

+alice bell for beautifully telling the story of how the fridge got its hum, and what it means for the history of technology. http://bit.ly/oW7VmH

+Martin Robbins for his analysis of Nautilus, the software that apparently predicted where Osama bin Laden was, but, like Nostradamus, proves to only really be successful in hindsight. http://bit.ly/q4fsNL

+Frank Swain for a witty and important post on five iconic science images, and why they’re wrong. http://bit.ly/o2HIPe

Anne Casselman for her wonderful account of Patrick Keeling, who teaches his students to make their own DIY microscopes. http://bit.ly/pl4hxQ

Kate Clancy for her eye-opening post on “menotoxins” and how culture biased science towards the acceptance of “menstrual toxins”. http://bit.ly/oHwIxN

+Sean Carroll for his mind-expanding list of ten things that everyone should know about time http://t.co/4dzXrrx

+Eric Michael Johnson for a tour de force essay on the evolution of collective violence. http://bit.ly/osnSk9

Arvind Pillai for his epic primer on Jawless fish and the birth of back-boned animals. http://bit.ly/qngEPY

Jen Gunter for a personal and touching story about her own son Victor, and his struggles with cerebral palsy. A stunning closing line. http://bit.ly/

+John Hawks for using his blog to launch a new open-science project where he and colleagues will try and reconstruct 2-million-year-old hominin skin in public view http://bit.ly/n3Qrax
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