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- 01/18/15--16:34: _Conspiracy deathmatch
- 05/02/15--16:43: _Missed opportunity
- 09/19/15--12:52: _Book reviews!
- 10/18/15--13:54: _Voting didn’t feel ...
- 08/13/16--15:05: _I WROTE A BOOK!
- 01/28/17--08:01: _Last Saturday:
- 02/02/17--09:02: _Brits! You can buy ...
- 02/04/17--13:42: _Podcath part III: s...
- 02/23/17--14:37: _“Cracking Cancer” o...
- 05/10/18--17:54: _Book reviews – Know...
- 01/18/15--16:34: Conspiracy deathmatch
- 05/02/15--16:43: Missed opportunity
- 09/19/15--12:52: Book reviews!
- 10/18/15--13:54: Voting didn’t feel like enough this time
- 08/13/16--15:05: I WROTE A BOOK!
- 01/28/17--08:01: Last Saturday:
- 02/02/17--09:02: Brits! You can buy my book now
- 02/04/17--13:42: Podcath part III: sci-fi audio drama edition
- 02/23/17--14:37: “Cracking Cancer” on CBC’s The Nature of Things tonight
- 05/10/18--17:54: Book reviews – Knowledge Translation edition
I realized recently that, in the best tradition of fighting fire with fire, it’s possible to counter some conspiracy theories by invoking other conspiracy theories. The best two examples I’ve come up with so far are as follows: The anti-vaccination … Continue reading
From my Facebook feed: It should totally be called a beehemoth! Whoever first called it a wasp moth sucks!
An inner monologue, recently: “oh! I have a blog! I should write something. But the most exciting thing that happened this year isn’t really bloggable yet; the second-most exciting thing was the wedding in England of a very dear friend … Continue reading
There’s a federal election in Canada tomorrow. I’ve always been very interested in politics, but this time around I feel more invested than ever before. Specifically, I want Harper out, with extreme prejudice. (If you don’t follow Canadian politics and … Continue reading
And I’m so excited that the cover and the publisher’s page have been finalized so that I can tell you about it at long last! I was approached last year by a commissioning editor from Icon Books, who publish the illustrated Graphic … Continue reading
Photo taken outside the Trump building. I borrowed the sign from a lovely group of people I met at the march Up next: March for Science (the Vancouver chapter) What I learned from protesting against Harper and his war on science: Take … Continue reading
“Introducing Epigenetics: A Graphic Guide” is out NOW in the UK. It’s also available for pre-order everywhere else, and will be released on March 14th in the USA and on March 20th in Canada and elsewhere. Links to all major … Continue reading
Radio drama is making a big comeback in the form of podcasts, with plenty of high quality science fiction to choose from. Here are some of my favourites. I’ve been a science fiction fan since I first read John Wyndham’s … Continue reading
Tonight’s episode of CBC documentary series The Nature of Things with David Suzuki features an in-depth look at the BC Cancer Agency’s Personalized Onco-Genomics (POG) project, which is exploring the feasibility of sequencing DNA and RNA from cancer cells to … Continue reading
I realised recently that the “everything I used to blog about is now on Twitter or Goodreads instead” trend of recent years means that I never got around to mentioning my new job! After ten years of grant writing and … Continue reading