'A Test You Need to Fail': A Teacher's Open Letter... →
Fleet Street Fox: Women 1, world 0. →
THERE are days when I despair for my gender. Not just the women who are stupid, frivolous, shrill or hysterical. Not just the ones who are judged purely for what they wear and the size of their limbs or glossiness of their hair. Not just those who get invited on Question Time. There are times when I think that to be a woman, in so many ways, means you must be a victim. That everyone, male and...
TED Talks: Regina Dugan: From mach-20 glider to... →
(Or: Why you should be nice to nerds.)
lookslikescience: My name is Christine Nattrass and I am a relativistic heavy ion physicist. I work on the ALICE experiment, one of the experiments at the Large Hadron Collider. In this picture I’m inside of the magnet of the ALICE experiment sitting on top of our detector repairing electronics. I am an avid hiker, cook, biker, and runner and I make my own beer and wine.
Photographs Captured Over Years with an Open... →
German photographer Michael Wesely has spent decades working on techniques for extremely long camera exposures — usually between two to three years. In the mid-1990s, he began using the technique to document urban development over time, capturing years of building projects in single frames. In 1997, he focused his cameras on the rebuilding of Potsdamer Platz in Berlin, and in 2001 he began...
Danny North: St.vincent // Tokyo →
dannynorth: I was so excited to be asked to shoot a gig in Tokyo… Ever since I started out it’s been somewhat of an ambition. Made even better when you know the gig you’re going out to cover is going to be a beauty. I was also lucky enough to be sharing the trip with Niall Doherty, Q’s reviews editor….
How to Write Like a Scientist - Science Careers -... →
Optimum temperature for using a banana to drive a... →
Religious freedom means I get to chose whether or not to be religious and if so,...– Soraya Chemaly (via wilwheaton)
whatever.scalzi.com - Guest Post: A Doctor on... →
What Does Space Look Like From Space? →
lookslikescience: Jarrett Byrnes, marine biologist Then again, most days I’m in front of my laptop doing statistics. http://jarrettbyrnes.info