The Black Hole is Moving – Come join us at University Affairs

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Last month, we were approached by University Affairs magazine (The award-winning magazine and website, published by the Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada) to move the Black Hole blog to their site.

After some lengthy discussions, we are excited to announce that we will be moving the Black Hole and hope that our readers will follow us and also find the other items on their site informative and useful.  Currently, 4 other blogs run from the UA website and we are honoured to join their ranks:

What’s going to happen?

  1. All new Black Hole blog posts will be posted at
  2. All our archived posts will remain on
  3. The site will be revamped over the coming months to be a resource site and will no longer be a blog.  Stay tuned for updates and please send your suggestions of what you think would be useful to provide on such a site.

Contact/following options:

Things that will stay the same:

email contact[at]scienceadvocacy.orgTwitter and Facebook.

Things that will change:  RSS feed and web address

If you get an email each time we post, this will continue as it has before.  I will also post updates on my personal LinkedIN and Facebook accounts.

Thanks to everyone who helped to get this site going (especially our guest bloggers and those providing regular comments), I hope you’ll find the change easy and continue to contribute.

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About Dave

David grew up in St. John's Newfoundland, completed a Bachelors degree in Genetics and English Literature (UWO, London, ON) and completed doctoral studies in stem cell biology at the Terry Fox Lab (UBC, Vancouver, BC). He coordinated the UBC Let's Talk Science Partnership Program from 2004-2007. David is currently completing postdoctoral research at the University of Cambridge, UK and also writes for the Canadian Stem Cell Network Blog
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2 Responses to The Black Hole is Moving – Come join us at University Affairs

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