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Ordered some free business cards!

A speculative exhibit at NC Museum of Natural Sciences. Dale Russell, curator of vertebrate fossils at the National Museum of Canada produced this imaginary concept in 1982, to illustrate the result if bipedal theropods had evolved into intelligent beings similar to humans.

You can now find me on the Science Artists feed (via Scienceblogging.org), maintained by Glendon Mellow, who also has a great new column on Scientific American called Symbiartic. Updates from www.transviralist.com will now show up on the feed.

 

Find Glendon's work and blog on his site The Flying Trilobite.

The Living Conservatory at the NC Museum of Natural Sciences - enter the dry tropical forest and immerse yourself in an amazing world of living plants and animals, including North Carolina’s favorite long-distance travelers, ruby-throated hummingbirds. You’ll also find butterflies...

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Rwanda coffee in the science blogging conference swag bag:

shop.msu.edu/ProductDetails.asp?ProductCode=RCOF-1

Nice!

Baked Alaska filled with cake and chocolate ice cream at the Radisson Hotel buffet on Friday Jan 18th 2008.

Less than a week to go before the second annual NC Science Blogging Conference, and Bora's got a double-fisted approach to staying awake.

Chris Mooney , Jennifer Jacquet and Sheril Kirshenbaum - discussion leaders for "Changing Minds through Science Communication" - a panel on Framing Science.

Gabrielle visits the Paleontology Research department at the NC Museum of Natural Sciences during the 2008 Science Blogging Conference.

 

Find out about the 2009 Science Blogging Conference at scienceonline09.com/

Audience for Changing Minds through Science Communication: a panel on Framing Science on Saturday afternoon January 19, 2008 at Sigma Xi Center.

Exhibits Director Roy Campbell gave a behind-the-scenes tour of the museum’s research experiences to science bloggers on Friday January 18, 2008.

Here's an aquatic salamander showing the external gills

 

www.naturalsciences.org/

North Atlantic Right Whale vertebrae - they are massive!

zipcodezoo.com/Animals/E/Eubalaena_glacialis.asp

Diorama at NC Museum of Natural Sciences.

Jennifer Jacquet is a Ph.D. candidate with the Sea Around Us Project at the UBC Fisheries Centre. Her blog is at:

scienceblogs.com/shiftingbaselines/

She was a discussion leader for a whole conference session:

Changing Minds through Science Communication: a panel on Framing Science.

Cover art for the Institutional Blogging panel

Chris Mooney , Jennifer Jacquet and Sheril Kirshenbaum - the panel for "Changing Minds through Science Communication"on Framing Science at Sigma Xi Center, Research Triangle Park, on Saturday, January 19, 2008.

NC Museum of Natural Sciences.

At NC Museum of Natural Sciences

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Sauropod model at the NC Museum of Natural Sciences.

Image shows the entryway to arthropod exhibit at NC Museum of Natural Sciences in downtown Raleigh. The museum is home of BugFest — held annually as the nation's largest single-day bug event, and offering quirky bug-filled fun for adventurous people of all ages.

The outstretched hand helps give an idea of scale of these bones.

zipcodezoo.com/Animals/E/Eubalaena_glacialis.asp

Sip coffee in the Acro cafe and watch hummingbirds and butterflies in the neighboring Living Conservatory at the NC Museum of Natural Sciences.

On occassion, I'll get some very wacky RAW corruption on import. I don't know why, but sometimes, I like the results.

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Janet D. Stemwedel blogs about Ethics and Science at scienceblogs.com

In the computer lab of the UNC-CH Health Sciences Library to get an overview to blogging and introduction to science blogging, as well as step-by-step instructions to creating and writing a new blog.

 

Instructions for creating your first blog: mistersugar.backpackit.com/pub/904845

In the computer lab of the UNC-CH Health Sciences Library to get an overview to blogging and introduction to science blogging, as well as step-by-step instructions to creating and writing a new blog.

 

Instructions for creating your first blog:

mistersugar.backpackit.com/pub/904845

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