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Technically, we recorded Pam second, but she’s the first to be posted. Come see us at www.youtube.com/user/PhillyScienceWriters. Follow the official Faces of Philadelphia Science playlist
It is a work in progress, but for now, read more here. The first draft of our how-to guide is here.
CALL FOR ENTRIES Entries for the 2010 AAAS Kavli Science Journalism Awards are due August 1, 2010. Awards will be presented for U.S. submissions in the following categories: Large Newspaper, Small Newspaper, Magazine, Television – Spot News/Feature Reporting, Television – In-depth Reporting, Radio, and Online. […]
November 12: Paul Halpern discusses his latest book, Collider: The Search for the World’s Smallest Particles
Join us November 12 at the Pen and Pencil Club, the nation’s oldest press club, for an evening with Paul Halpern, a physicist at the University of the Sciences and author of Collider: The Search for the World’s Smallest Particles. He will be discussing how […]
Penn and the Mutter Museum invite you for a tour of the Mutter’s main collections of human medical anomalies, which includes a full skeleton of Harry Eastlack, the most well-known case of FOP (fibrodysplasia ossificans progressive). FOP is a rare disease in which connective tissue […]
We’ve arranged a behind-the-scenes look at the new Hadrosaurus exhibit at the Academy of Natural Sciences , beginning with taking the world-renowned paleontologist Ted Daeschler to dinner. We’re planning to meet at Aya’s Cafe at 6pm. If you can’t make dinner, but would still like […]