Recommended Reading | May 2013

WEHI director Douglas Hilton suggests steps for improving the Australian Academy of Science’s woeful gender balance. (via @mickresearch)

Could Abigail Harrison be the first astronaut on Mars? (via Jezebel)

In order to learn game theory, this professor had his students live game theory. (via Kate Clancy)

Brian McGill outlines what he thinks it takes to do policy-relevant science in 7 Ps and 4 Ts. (via Anna Renwick)

David Pannell discusses methods for valuing and ranking conservation projects.

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