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I am thankful for great science reporting

If you're traveling (or just hanging out and bored) today, here's a delightful collection of kick-ass science journalism to fill your hours. The American Association for the Advancement of Science recently announced the winners of this year's Kavli Science Journalism Awards. At the announcement site, you'll find links to all the winners, including: Michelle Nijhuis' excellent reporting on deadly white-nose syndrome; a PBS NOVA documentary on genetic medicine; and a radio story for the show "BURN: An Energy Journal" discussing the complicated future of nuclear power after Fukushima. Maggie

Cocktail party science: Day 3 at AAAS 2012 (+ our short video interviews with science writers!)

Last week, Maggie went to the largest science conference in the Western Hemisphere for four days of wall-to-wall awesomeness. Every day, she learned amazing things, watching scientists from all over the world talk about their work.

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AIDS research done by 17-year-olds: Day 2 at AAAS 2012

It’s that time again. Maggie is back at the largest science convention in the Western Hemisphere for four days of wall-to-wall awesomeness.

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Birth control is safer than pregnancy: Day 1 at AAAS 2012

It’s that time again. Maggie is back at the largest science convention in the Western Hemisphere for four days of wall-to-wall awesomeness.

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