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Most Popular Blog Posts 2015

It’s been a full first year of blogging at American Scientist. Here are the highlights!

December 28, 2015

From The Staff Communications

It's been a full first year of blogging at American Scientist. Over the year, we’ve hosted many voices on a variety of subjects, from science communication pointers to spacesuit engineering. Our blogs are of four types:

  • Macroscope—scientists discuss new directions or issues,
  • The Long View—authors update a feature with the latest research,
  • Science Culture—staff and scientist authors write on the interaction between science and culture,
  • From the Staff—our editorial team discusses what’s on our radar.

Here are the highlights—in each category—the most popular posts of 2015.


 

Macroscope

 

The Long View


#1 5 Reasons to Teach
Mathematical Modeling

  A Space Suit
that Squeezes

#2 Confessions of a
Herbarium-Savvy
Field Biologist

  2,877 Hours in a
Personal Spacecraft
One-Tenth of an Inch Thick

#3 Internships Connect Math
Students to New Career Paths

  A Tail of Two Moths



 

Science Culture

 

From the Staff


#1 The Power of the Little Guy

  12 Tips for Scientists
Writing for the General Public

#2 Tuck In Your Kids with
Science Bedtime Stories

  8 Myths About Public
Understanding of Science

#3 Celebrate Indie Bookstore Day
with 6 Books from
Indie Publishers

  Scientists’ Conversations
About Rachel Carson and DDT,
1944 to Today

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