Facilitating the Transition – new posts at University Affairs

Hello readers!

If you didn’t catch it already, we have relocated the blog and this month and have posted our first set of articles:

  1. Reality TV invading university – Thumbs down to the three minute thesis
  2. A call to arms
  3. Networks – the big kind – and how they drive Canadian science
  4. Show me the money!
  5. Our blog for early career scientists – hello to UA readers!

I’ll try to do this each month until it seems that people have fully switched over.  We’ll bring you back to scienceadvocacy.org at the tail end of summer with our “resource pages” which will collate helpful resources from our last few years of research in a more user friendly way, but all of our blog posts will be at University Affairs.

  1. All new Black Hole blog posts will be posted at http://www.universityaffairs.ca/the-black-hole/
  2. All our archived posts will remain on http://scienceadvocacy.org/Blog/

Contact/following options:

email contact[at]scienceadvocacy.orgTwitter and Facebook.

NEW 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.

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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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