Monthly Archives: May 2013

Science Writing Panel…and BEER!

Join me at Wynkoop Brewery in Denver on Tuesday, June 4 @ 6:00pm for a presentation and Q&A on science writing. I’ll be drinking with…er, answering questions with Susan Moran (bio), Hillary Rosner (bio) and Kendall Powell (bio), authors of … Continue reading

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Screen Time, Cognition and Sleep with ISEF Winner, 16yo Zarin Rahman

The 2013 Intel International Science and Engineering Fair wrapped up May 17. This ultimate science fair included more than 1,500 presentations from high schoolers representing more than 70 countries, organized into categories ranging from chemistry and computer engineering to microbiology … Continue reading

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The Parental Praise Paradox: Process not Person

Praise used to be a good thing — the praised child builds self-esteem! Now, as all of us enlightened GeekDad parents know, it’s a bad thing — the praised child loses the drive to struggle and succeed! So which is … Continue reading

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