No doubt some of you have heard the roar of the twitterverse and the blogosphere, the shock of discovering that the curator of the “I f*ing love science” page is none other than Elise Andrew, a twenty-something woman with a tremendous passion for communicating and disseminating science. The revelation that the curator of “IFLS” is female was a shock to many many many readers, underscoring how unconcious gender bias can get in the way of associating science with females. But, no matter, IFLS page has millions of readers excited about science. Can’t get cooler than that…
Who is blogging?
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