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At each workshop, ComSciCon graduate student attendees produce original works of science writing that they are invited to submit to our partner publishing outlets including Scientific American, Nature, and Astronomy Magazine. The topic is at their discretion, and past attendees have written about everything from technical aspects of their own research, to the direction of their field as a whole, to reflections on the nature of science communication itself.
At right are our attendees' published works - all of them written by graduate students, during ComSciCon events.
Sea Change: Marine Revelations: Through a Microscope’s Lens
We Know: How Eggs and Sperm Came to Be
Scaling the Universe: Powers of Ten and the Magic of Scale
From Reef to Tank: Harvesting Wild Reef Fish for The Aquarium Trade
Science, a Cause Worth Fightin' For
Food for thought: Could ants be meat-farming