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Using Microbe Art to Engage with Science

By Elizabeth Hoffman
One December day in 2017, I came across a picture of a Christmas tree. This wasn’t your average festive fir, though – it was drawn using multicolored bacteria strains: green evergreen boughs, red

PODCAST | Protecting Antarctica with Dr. Nature McGinn, Part 1

By Chris Parsons
Dr. Nature McGinn is currently the Environmental Policy Program Manager and Antarctic Conservation Act Permit Officer in the Office of Polar Programs at the National Science Foundation. Nature has

PODCAST | Watch Your Posture: Another Problem of Extended Computer and Device Use by Kids

By Philip Ko
With so many children currently attending school virtually on laptops, tablets and other smart devices, there is concern about how the extended use of these devices affects them. While much attention


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