I was invited to talk about poster design in Berkeley (DOE NNSA SSGF) and DC (DOE CSGF) this past summer, and used the opportunity to test out fabric as a medium for large-format conference posters. Below are some photographs if … Continue reading
Category Archives: Education
Just a Public Service Announcement from Charles Darwin: get a flu shot now so that you’ll (likely) be alive to fret endlessly about Ebola. And if you don’t get the vaccine and end up getting the flu, please consider quarantining … Continue reading
Because the Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital recently sent an Ebola patient home with antibacterials, I decided to update my guide to pills that kill things: I added Ebola to list of sample viruses. Some viruses can sometimes be killed with … Continue reading
In my futile quest to attract monarch butterflies to my yard, I recently planted swamp milkweed (Asclepias incarnata). There are other kinds of milkweed (e.g., the orange-flowered A. tuberosa, butterfly weed) that you can plant here (Zone 7A), but adult monarchs … Continue reading
Just a photograph of a Carolina (green) anole in Key Largo, Florida. These cuties are native to Florida.