Merch that makes sense!

Have you ever thought that the images on the Nothing in Biology Makes Sense! header would look great on tee-shirts? Well, we did—and now you, too can own a stylish American Apparel tee shirt, or a sturdy coffee mug, printed with our icons and the slogan we’ve shamelessly appropriated from Theodosius Dobzhansky.

You can choose from black or red shirts with the dinosaur, bacterium, glassware, and DNA helix icons on the front, and all with the slogan on the back; or mugs with either the bacterium or the slogan text. Head on over to custom-printing site Spreadshirt and order a shirt or three. Proceeds will go towards the (small, but nonzero) costs of maintaining this site, so thanks in advance for ordering!

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Are you a working biologist, biology student, or other person with a first-hand connection to the living world? Do you like reading science blogs—including maybe this one—and wonder what it’d be like to get into this online-popular-science-writing thing? Or do you have your own science blog already, and want to expand your audience?

Then you should write a guest post for Nothing in Biology Makes Sense!

We prioritize contributions from folks who work in biology in a broad sense—anything from medicine to academia to industry, at career stages from undergraduate students to professors. And, true to our headline, we’re especially interested in pieces that show how something in biology makes sense if you think about it in light of evolution.

Wondering what a good guest post looks like? Check out previous ones by David Hembry, Kathryn Turner, Levi Morran, and Amy Dapper—who is now joining us as a regular contributor.

So what are you waiting for? E-mail Jeremy to propose a post and discuss scheduling—we’re especially looking for posts in the upcoming fall semester.

Help us make sense!

Image via.

Are you a working biologist, biology student, or other person with a first-hand connection to the living world? Do you like reading science blogs—including maybe this one—and wonder what it’d be like to get into this online-popular-science-writing thing? Or do you have your own science blog already, and want to expand your audience? Then you should consider writing a guest post for Nothing in Biology Makes Sense!

We’ll prioritize contributions from folks who work in biology in a broad sense—anything from medicine to basic research, at career stages from students to professors. And, true to our headline, we’ll be especially interested in pieces that show how something in biology makes sense, if you think about it in light of evolution.

Wondering what a good guest post looks like? Check out previous ones by Tom Houslay, Colin Beale, and James Winters.

So what are you waiting for? E-mail Jeremy to propose a post and discuss scheduling.

Help us make sense!

Image via.

Are you a working biologist, biology student, or other person with a first-hand connection to the living world? Do you like reading science blogs, including this one, and wonder what it’d be like to get into this online-popular-science-writing thing? Or do you have your own science blog already, and you’d like to expand your audience? Then you should consider writing a guest post for Nothing in Biology Makes Sense!

E-mail Jeremy to propose a post and discuss scheduling. We’ll prioritize contributions from folks who work in biology in a broad sense—anything from medicine to basic research, at career stages from students to professors. And, true to our headline, we’ll be especially interested in pieces that show how something in biology makes sense, if you think about it in light of evolution.