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Miriam Kramer

Miriam graduated with her degree in journalism and anthropology from the University of Tennessee. Although she fully intended on majoring in English when first entering college, Miriam instead fell in love with the sciences. Not willing to give up writing, she combined her two passions and fell head first into science writing. You can follow her on Twitter!

October 12, 2012

Can't we all just have a little more fun?

August 31, 2012

Whether you're a disaffected youth or just a curmudgeonly old dude, you have to admit -- the Curiosity landing was pretty awesome.

July 9, 2012

The Green Teens are taking over Brooklyn, one garden at a time

May 11, 2012

The best "we are star stuff" videos out there in the Universe

April 13, 2012

One former student’s experience with science education in the Volunteer State

February 9, 2012

What science has to say about why we “haha”

January 30, 2012

Some scientists are claiming that fMRIs are the key to lie detection. Is it true?

November 30, 2011

Dale Andersen, a researcher at the SETI Institute, discusses everything from microbes in Antarctica to intelligent extraterrestrials.

October 31, 2011

These movies won’t help. Scienceline presents a roundup of the best (and worst) nuclear horror flicks

October 5, 2011

Sole chemistry winner recognized for controversial work on quasicrystals

 
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