Astrobites will be at the 222nd AAS meeting in Indianapolis, IN from June 2-6, 2013! Will you? Although the regular abstract deadline has passed, you can still present a poster. The late deadline for the meeting is coming up soon: April 18 at 9:00 pm ET. Also, the regular registration deadline is even sooner: April 11. After [...]
In January, we announced the Communicating Science 2013 workshop. Now there’s just one week remaining before the March 1st application deadline for the Workshop.
We’d like to remind all graduate student readers that the deadline to apply to write for astrobites is tomorrow (Friday, November 9). If you’re interested in writing article summaries for astrobites, please fill out the interest form and send us an email at email@example.com with a PDF of a sample astrobite by the application deadline [...]
We’d like to remind all graduate student readers that the deadline to apply to write for astrobites is fast approaching. The original deadline was tomorrow (November 1), but due to Hurricane Sandy we have decided to extend the deadline until Friday, November 9. If you’re interested in writing article summaries for astrobites, please fill out [...]
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Are you a graduate student interested in writing article summaries for astrobites? If so, please fill out the interest form and send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org with a PDF of a sample astrobite by the application deadline of November 1. Your astrobite should summarize an astrophysics journal article that has not been featured on [...]
Scientists have, historically, not mixed well with politics. Lavoisier, the man who discovered (debatably) hydrogen and oxygen, was executed in the Terror during the French Revolution for being a tax collector. Liebniz, co-inventor (debatably!) of calculus, spent many weeks on the roads of Europe traveling in diplomatic service for German princes, only for the great [...]
The subject of today’s paper from the arXiv is… Astrobites