I’m thrilled to let you know that I’ve been interviewed on the Scientific American blog network! The SA Incubator posts interviews of “young and up-and-coming science, health and environmental writers and reporters”. I’ve read a couple of the interviews over the last year and was hoping to get interviewed one day, so I was very excited when I got an email last week from Khalil Cassimally inviting me for an interview. I really enjoyed answering the questions and I hope you’ll enjoy what I had to say. It’s also a great chance for me to get more exposure, so I’m very grateful for the opportunity.
On another subject, I tried something different in my most recent post on Accumulating Glitches and I’d love to hear what you think — what works for you, what doesn’t, how I could do better. The post is about ants which practice agriculture and what they might think of the way we farm…
Hauskaa Juhannusta to those of you in Finland! If anyone will be at the WCSJ 2013 meeting in Helsinki next week, let me know and we can try to meet up!
Or pagan said:
Congrats, we’ll -deserved! (:-)