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8 October 2014
Whether they’re from the department party last year or your childhood obsession with Marie Curie, we want to see your science on display.
24 July 2014
Abstracts are the quintessential means of getting the gist of your research out there to other scientists. But what if you want to reach a broader audience? What if you want to give your abstract that extra oomph that will combine its scientific rigor with some artistic creativity? Why, in that case you artify your abstract!
11 June 2014
It’s exciting and eye-opening to see where people do fieldwork and what questions they’re asking–it introducesothers to the fun, majesty, grubbiness, hardship, and wonder of studying science. That’s why we’d like you to share your work, and your field locations, with us by submitting a Postcard from the Field to AGU’s new Tumblr site.
1 April 2014
Most of the public is turned off by scientists’ overly accessible and personalized descriptions of their work, new research shows.
17 March 2014
Enjoy the greatest tradition of the holiday: science-themed limericks!
11 March 2014
The best way to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day is to write a science-themed limerick–and then get it featured on The Plainspoken Scientist!
24 February 2014
“I didn’t deliberately set out to distill the Summary for Policymakers of the latest IPCC report into illustrated haiku. But, one weekend when I was too sick to leave the house, I found myself inspired by its ‘Headline Statements’…”
14 February 2014
Whether you adore Valentine’s Day or despise it, you’ve got to love a clever valentine—especially if it’s science themed. Consider these great examples, and let your heart beat faster as you contemplate the timeless beauty of science merged with romance.
10 February 2014
Dan Lunt, a paleoclimate modeler at the University of Bristol (UK), describes how he reached out to new audiences about climate science by modeling the climate of Tolkein’s Middle Earth.
5 February 2014
Valentine’s Day is a great time to share what you love with whom you love. That’s why we’re asking you for your science-themed valentine submissions.