February 2, 2015
Comic by Emily Flake, The New Yorker
A friend of mine recently suggested that perhaps humor was a good way to do a little scientific education and outreach. Lecturing is too "professorial" (perhaps not unexpected from the likes of me, though); presenting quick nugget...
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