Recommended Reading | June 2013

John Morgan finds something unexpected in his cold room.

Why E.J. Milner-Gulland loves her job. (via Dbytes)

QAEcologist Beth Crase explores the nexus between science and art.

5 Brainy Birds. (via @mickresearch)

A 1983 interview with Sally Ride, America’s first woman in orbit. (via The Hairpin)

14 cakes inspired by scientific concepts. (via Sarah Emily)

QAEcologist Mick McCarthy offers his book chapter ‘Statistical inference for ecology’ online for open peer review.

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