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Introducing a new blogger: Journeys to the Ice

Aimee Whitcroft Jan 19, 2010

To celebrate the start of a brand new year, Sciblogs is pleased to provide all of you with a brand new blogger. Matt Wood, of Journeys to the Ice, is going to be blogging about Antarctica and Antarctic science.  Having spent some time actually working in Antarctica with the ARC, it’s a subject close to his (now … Read More

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Christmas presents

Aimee Whitcroft Dec 23, 2009

A quick note on the Christmas (or otherwise) gift front. While I’m sure everyone has by now completed their Christmas shopping, I thought I would direct your eyes to this site. Because yes, Sciblogs has indeed made up some merchandise! You can get hoodies, t-shirts and stickers, and if … Read More

Season's greetings

Aimee Whitcroft Dec 22, 2009

Well, it’s that time of year again.  Christmas.  New Year’s.  The extremely aptly-named silly season. So we thought we’d take the opportunity to say thank you to all our Sciblings.  Since its humble beginnings in September/October of this year, we’ve seen over 600 new posts written (to total over 1,100). Our stats … Read More

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Introducing a new blogger: Fisheye Perspective

Aimee Whitcroft Oct 14, 2009

Sciblogs is really quite chuffed to announce that we’ve been joined by another blogger (with a third to come later this week). Abhishek Tiwari, of Fisheye Perspective, has joined our fast-swelling ranks.   He’s been blogging for a while now, about such things as bioinformatics, chemoinformatics, systems biology and science in general. Based in Auckland, Abhishek … Read More

Introducing a new blogger: Forensic Scientist

Aimee Whitcroft Oct 12, 2009

A brief notice, for all our bloggers and readers. Sciblogs is pleased to announce the inclusion of a new blog: Forensic Scientist, by Dr Anna Sandiford.  Anna is a forensic science consultant based here, in NZ.  She’s been involved in the field for more than 10 years, and has assisted with cases both here and in the UK.  … Read More

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