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  • October 17, 2008 8: 37 PM bioephemera said ... thank you for such a well written and heartfelt post.

    Only One, I Promise

  • October 10, 2008 5: 28 PM bioephemera said ... really wonderful post - I suggested it for OpenLab 08, the "best of science blogging" anthology.

    A Rule of Thumb

  • Speaking of classic astronomical images, I did a tiny double-take at this great 1959 ad for Viceroy cigarettes — one of an impressive collection of examples where science was appropriated in the cause of attracting more smokers, over at bioephemera.

    The Man Who Observes the Universe Smokes Viceroys

  • I found your blog via bioephemera, and it's fabulous.

    Anatomical Crockery, 18th C

  • Fixing our "impatience with irresolution": why math teachers should "be less helpful": bioephemera

    ScienceBlogs Channel : Life Science

  • And it looks like stylized kelp ... seems a lot like bioephemera to me.

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  • Please give if you can. bioephemera is art + biology - everything from representations of science in art and literature to the neuroscience of aesthetics.

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  • : Greg Laden's Blog Double standards, politics, and drug treatment research: bioephemera

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  • This year's BioE holiday nonprofit is the Clarkston Education Foundation, a small-town scholarship fund that - among its many projects - helps local students attend research universities, pre-med and pre-nursing programs, contributes science equipment to the local high school, and funds hands-on projects and activities thought up by creative local teachers. bioephemera is art + biology - everything from representations of science in art and literature to the neuroscience of aesthetics.

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  • : Greg Laden's Blog Double standards, politics, and drug treatment research: bioephemera Tsunamis, climate, seamounts and impending disaster ...!

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