Monthly Archives: July 2015

Cancer as a breakdown of cooperation (and how science+internet = easier confirmation bias)

This post is going to be about a recent paper about cancer co-authored by my PhD advisor. But to explain why I’m excited about it, let me start at the beginning… I love it when I’m writing about a topic … Continue reading

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Know any bat biologists looking for a postdoc position?

Do you know anyone who might be interested in a position studying the foraging behavior of frog-eating bats? If so, keep reading this update to┬ámy last post. First, some background: the position is working with two of the best young … Continue reading

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