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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wOC0SiYYXz0 - SUZAN  MAZUR




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Suzan Mazur's reports have appeared in the Financial Times, Economist, Forbes, Newsday, Philadelphia Inquirer, and on PBS, CBC and MBC. She has been a guest on McLaughlin, Charlie Rose, and Fox television shows.            

David Noble: Peer Review, Where Are The Scholars?

Column – Suzan Mazur

No, passing peer review is not the scientific equivalent of the Good Housekeeping seal of approval. . . I confess that decades ago as a Hearst Magazines fledgling I would on occasion pass by, and with some curiosity, peek in the glassed-in Good … Read more »

Free Science Peer Review From Cultish Conspiracy

Column – Suzan Mazur

While the hacked emails episode several months ago revealing attempts by scientists to withhold information about global warming from publication has put the matter of peer review under scrutiny like never before , secrecy in peer review continues … Read more »

Margulis: Peer Review Or “Cycle Of Submission”?

Column – Suzan Mazur

“Grants are awarded by your colleagues who sit in Research Councils and Foundations. Most of us, in any establishment, tend to be conservative and to follow what is called the paradigm. This creates a cycle of submission. . . . The disregard for science’s … Read more »

Italy Seeks Ancient Loot From Symes Trustees

Article – Suzan Mazur

Among the high profile clients of British antiquities dealer Robin Symes was Maurice Tempelsman — one of the pillars of the Eastern Establishment (Council on Foreign Relations, Africa-America Institute, long-time beau of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis … Read more »

Vincent Fleury On Origin Of Form (And PZ Myers)

Article – Suzan Mazur

Vincent Fleury is a French scientist investigating origin of form with experiments involving cellular flow. He was recently featured in a PZ Myers Pharyngula blog — where his work first caught my eye. Read more »

Hi Ho Silver! — The Lost Chalice

Column – Suzan Mazur

Yes, there was a 1955 Lone Ranger episode called ” The Lost Chalice ” about a chase for escaped convicts and a treasure. And if you’re a Spaghetti Western fan, you might like the HarperCollins version of the book by the same name with its “Cast … Read more »

Paul Nurse: Revolution In Biology

Column – Suzan Mazur

The elevator was supposed to go down to the powder room but mysteriously went up to the 8th floor at Manhattan’s Rockefeller University, where I was attending a two-day public Evolution symposium last May. As the doors opened, in walked Nobel … Read more »

Mazur On Euphronios At Harvard Law & Lost Chalice

Column – Suzan Mazur

This is one of the most refreshing examples I’ve seen of how Internet reporting is influencing institutional learning. Unbeknownst to me, at the time that Altenberg! The Woodstock of Evolution? was beginning to “reverberate throughout the evolutionary … Read more »

Lynn Margulis: Intimacy Of Strangers & Natural Selection

Column – Suzan Mazur

While Eastman Professor Lynn Margulis clearly doesn’t have time on her hands at Oxford University’s Balliol College where she’s spending the year away from her other job as Distinguished University Professor of Geosciences at the University of Massachusetts-Amherst … Read more »

Evolution Sea Change? David H. Koch Weighs In

It was an exquisitely warm, sunny February day and New York’s groundhog had just bit the mayor, grabbing the headlines too. I made my way to the East Side, cutting through Barneys to the Madison Avenue offices of Koch Industries, Inc., the Kansas-based …
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Guest For WEDNESDAY APRIL 28,  2010

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