Bonga B. Listening to our universe with gravitational waves. Nature SciLogs. 2015. Publisher's Version
Ziter C. Does Madison’s land-use past overshadow our present-day choices?. Yahara in situ, the blog of the Water Sustainability and Climate project at UW-Madison. 2015. Publisher's Version
Newman M. Lung Reduction Surgery Conducted in India for the First Time on Scleroderma Patient. Scleroderma News Today. 2015. Publisher's Version
Faherty S. Graduate Students Learn to Tell Science-y Stories at ComSciCon Events. Nature SciLogs. 2015. Publisher's Version
Angus M. Seasonal Precipitation: Doubts about Droughts. Nature SciLogs. 2015. Publisher's Version
Lebonville C. When Learning is Infectious – A Placebo Effect Beyond Belief. Nature SciLogs. 2015. Publisher's Version
Hong L. The Long Road from Coley Toxins to Cancer Immunotherapies. Scientific American Guest Blog. 2015. Publisher's Version
Zare A. Alzheimer's Disease: A Tale of Two Proteins. SciTable guest blog at 2015. Publisher's VersionAbstract

Intro from published article: ComSciCon is a workshop series organized by graduate students, for graduate students, focused on science communication skills. This is the first in a series of posts which showcases talent from the ComSciCon 2015, the national meeting in Cambridge, MA. You can find more details about the meeting here. We hope this can give an example of actual output that can come from conferences, the subject of upcoming blogposts. This piece is by Anahita Zare, a PhD candidate in chemistry at the University of Missouri-Columbia.

Pan S. The Interleaving Effect: Mixing it up Boosts Learning. Scientific American Mind. 2015. Publisher's VersionAbstract

Studying related skills or concepts in parallel is a surprisingly effective way to train your brain

Shastri A. Living in the Deep. Natural History Magazine. 2015.
Gasperini M. What is a Genome Anyways?. SciTable guest blog at 2015. Publisher's Version
Hwang J. Google Street View shows that gentrification in Chicago has largely bypassed poor minority neighborhoods, reinforcing urban inequality. Blog of the London School of Economics and Political Science, American Politics and Policy. 2014. Publisher's Version
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