This week, I am on vacation. #NYCSciTweetUp #13 will be on October 9th at Peculier Pub in NYC. On October 10th, I will Skype in a Keynote at the inaugural ScienceRewired meeting in Adelaide, Australia. On October 15-20, I'll be at the Society for Vertebrate Paleontology Annual Meeting in Raleigh NC. Kate Wong and I will report to you from there. Science Writers (NASW/CASW) meeting is on October 26-30, also in Raleigh, NC. I'll be there, as a co-organizer of one of the panels. This is a great opportunity to network with the best of the best science communicators, get the most current "state of the field" updates from top scientists, and to learn and network. Join us if you can.
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