Greg Block’s Oracy and science as an exercise in humanitarianism

oracygregDid you now what oracy means? Never mind. From late September, Oracy is the blog of Tulane grad student and colleague Gregory Block, whom you can catch now just in the middle of finding his blog voice. Topics are focused on rants about science (specially stem cells), Greg’s melancholy music and stories from New Orleans. His intro post says: My old supervisor, David, taught me that science is an exercise in humanitarianism, and that if balanced properly can be an enriching experience and a gratifying lifestyle. So, if you want to complain about your western blots not working or chat about whether your formamide has gone off, this probably isn’t the best place to be.
For advanced scientists I suggest Greg’s favorite thoughts on the The Mortality of Immortal DNA.


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