Tonight is the last season of Breaking Bad. We are excited to see what happens – and despite being sad that the show is ending, at least it seems to be going out strong and true to all characters. Don’t worry! No spoilers. For the start of these last few episodes, I made ‘meth candy’ […]
Science is messy. Yet many students think science is a bunch of facts and/or experiments always work. I loved the #overlyhonestmethods hashtag because it gives a glimpse into the reality of experiments. In my jobs, I get to work with students starting their first science experiment. They are enthusiastic but also a bit intimidated. Not […]
I’ve been lucky to work with many great scientists and educators and now they are offering to join us on this blog! Lisa McDonnell helped me build a genetics education program in British Columbia. We now live in different parts of Canada but she’s going to share some of her teaching with short instructional videos.
Thanks for all the great short descriptions of evolution. A description of the winners can be found at http://bit.ly/91pP2R I wonder if there is another term we should define via twitter… epigenetic? pharmacogenomic? race? other?
Hello. My name is Catherine Anderson and I’m a geek.
Have you always wondered about the differences between geek, dork, nerd? Check out the diagram. I hope I’m a geek but afraid that I’m a nerd.