Tagged: Interpretation

I spy with my little eye a few grammar misconceptions - Lippy Linguist

Andreea Calude Feb 26, 2018

I don’t know how other people are, but certain things immediately evoke strong emotions for me; freshly brewed coffee makes me feel warm and cosy, hearing “kia ora” makes me feel at home, and reading pieces such as Paul Little’s latest article reminds me why I write this blog post: because people sometimes need to know the truth and … Read More

Why finding new HIV targets takes so long: Some basics about basic research - Guest Work

Guest Author Jan 09, 2018

Christy Gaines, University of Maryland, Baltimore County This article was originally published on The Conversation. Read the original article. Although great strides have been made at combating human immunodeficiency virus, leading to better quality of life and a longer life expectancy for those living with the virus, significant problems remain. As of 2016, 36.7 … Read More

Grizzly Beastly Magically Science Stories in Museums - Digging the Dirt

Brigid Gallagher Jul 31, 2012

Of late I have been caught up with young children and the real world of a heritage conservation and archaeology business. But now I am back and wanted to kick off  with some thoughts about a small museum. One that is fairly typical of many we have visited and have littered about NZ.  This weekend I was seduced by a heritage museum website.  It reeled me in … Read More