Maybe you don’t like The Big Bang Theory, but millions of people do. And after this next season, who knows when they’ll see scientists on popular sitcoms again?
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Making agar plates to look at bacteria. Which book about microbes has the most microbes growing on it?
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Do computers understand music genres? My Medium post looks at some attempts to interpret genre based on MIDI files, and why it doesn’t work perfectly.
Cat Zero weaves together the complicated, sometimes archaic, social hierarchies of researchers with the thrill of a new scientific discovery.
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This is the text of a five-minute lightning talk presented at SpotOn London, about five things scientists can learn from musicians.