Author Archives: Patrick Fuller

Fall 2013 Book Discussion: Gulp, by Mary Roach

What do your detergent and your stomach have in common?  What is the importance of biodiversity in your gut for fighting disease? How can a kiss help heal wounds? Hello science readers, if you think you might be curious about … Continue reading

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Davis Big Read: Tuesday, February 26th

Hey everyone, our first discussion on Robert Sapolsky’s book, A Primate’s Memoir, is coming up next Tuesday at the Davis branch of the Yolo County Library!  We will convene at 6:00 PM to talk about baboons, field research, and any related topics … Continue reading

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Discussion Starter

Hey science readers, this is an update to let you know that the next discussion book, A Primate’s Memoir by Robert Sapolsky, is now available in Yolo County libraries.  Feel free to post your thoughts and questions in the comments section at … Continue reading

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Baboons, Brains, and Biology!

The Big Read: Open Access Science comes back for its second year to read and discuss Robert Sapolsky’s account of his graduate years studying primates in Kenya!  A Primate’s Memoir: A Neuroscientist’s Unconventional Life Among the Baboons  is filled with raucous … Continue reading

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Hello Book Lovers!

Ready to read about human genomics?  Our first book to discuss will be Here is a Human Being, a memoir by science writer Misha Angrist.  Dr. Angrist tells the story of his participation in the Personal Genome Project and the … Continue reading

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