Posts Tagged: general

A14supplementalfig

The “f*** me but a significant portion of my post-grad degree was spent on a lousy supplemental figure” badge

Link to the supplemental figure and approximate time involved would be greatly appreciated.

A14supplementalfig

The “f*** me but a significant portion of my post-grad degree was spent on a lousy supplemental figure” badge

Link to the supplemental figure and approximate time involved would be greatly appreciated.

A13humanskeleton

The “I have an actual human skeleton in my office” badge

With the assumption that there is a good sound reason for this (and that this doesn’t include those found in living bodies). (GGP)

A13humanskeleton

The “I have an actual human skeleton in my office” badge

With the assumption that there is a good sound reason for this (and that this doesn’t include those found in living bodies). (GGP)

A05government

The “I have served on a government advisory panel” badge.

Enjoying this experience is not a prerequisite. (GS)

A05government

The “I have served on a government advisory panel” badge.

Enjoying this experience is not a prerequisite. (GS)

49expert

The “world’s foremost expert on an obscure subject” badge.

In which the recipient is the leading expert in a fieldthat few others share an interest in. (MH)

49expert

The “world’s foremost expert on an obscure subject” badge.

In which the recipient is the leading expert in a fieldthat few others share an interest in. (MH)

34adminsucks

The “I’m a scientist who is fundamentally opposed to administrative duties” badge.

Presumably a badge with a scientific consensus even stronger than that seen in the climate change arena.

34adminsucks

The “I’m a scientist who is fundamentally opposed to administrative duties” badge.

Presumably a badge with a scientific consensus even stronger than that seen in the climate change arena.

21ice3

The “has frozen stuff just to see what happens” badge (LEVEL III)

In which the recipient has frozen something in liquid nitrogen for the sake of scientific curiosity. (JL)

21ice3

The “has frozen stuff just to see what happens” badge (LEVEL III)

In which the recipient has frozen something in liquid nitrogen for the sake of scientific curiosity. (JL)

20ice2

The “has frozen stuff just to see what happens” badge (LEVEL II)

In which the recipient has frozen something in dry ice for the sake of scientific curiosity. (JL)

20ice2

The “has frozen stuff just to see what happens” badge (LEVEL II)

In which the recipient has frozen something in dry ice for the sake of scientific curiosity. (JL)

19ice1

The “has frozen stuff just to see what happens” badge (LEVEL I)

In which the recipient has frozen something in the freezer for the sake of scientific curiosity. (JL)

19ice1

The “has frozen stuff just to see what happens” badge (LEVEL I)

In which the recipient has frozen something in the freezer for the sake of scientific curiosity. (JL)

10quackery

The “destroyer of quackery” badge.

In which the recipient never ever backs down from an argument that pits sound science over quackery.

10quackery

The “destroyer of quackery” badge.

In which the recipient never ever backs down from an argument that pits sound science over quackery.

07crafts

The “arts and crafts” badge.

Because you can’t have a bunch of badges without an arts and crafts badge. This one assumes the recipient has all manner of “craftiness” with a sciencegeek twist. (AC)

07crafts

The “arts and crafts” badge.

Because you can’t have a bunch of badges without an arts and crafts badge. This one assumes the recipient has all manner of “craftiness” with a sciencegeek twist. (AC)

02macgyver

The “MacGyver” badge.

In which the recipient has demonstrated that his/her science communciation prowess was handy in simplifying a potentially challenging scenario. For example, was able to escape from unjustified prison term, with the clever use of a paper clip and WD-40. You know, that kind of thing. (Note that display of badge must be accompanied by explanation). (JN)

02macgyver

The “MacGyver” badge.

In which the recipient has demonstrated that his/her science communciation prowess was handy in simplifying a potentially challenging scenario. For example, was able to escape from unjustified prison term, with the clever use of a paper clip and WD-40. You know, that kind of thing. (Note that display of badge must be accompanied by explanation). (JN)

01talk

The “talking science” badge.

Required for all members. Assumes the recipient conducts himself/herself in such a manner as to talk science whenever he/she gets the chance. Not easily fazed by looks of disinterest from friends or the act of “zoning out” by well intentioned loved ones. (DN)

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01talk

The “talking science” badge.

Required for all members. Assumes the recipient conducts himself/herself in such a manner as to talk science whenever he/she gets the chance. Not easily fazed by looks of disinterest from friends or the act of “zoning out” by well intentioned loved ones. (DN)

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00smalltroop

Troop Badge

For the propagation of an ideal where science communicators can meet firstly, for drinks; secondly, for communicating; and ultimately, for networking. Joining is easy – just embrace the cause, play the twitter game, sign up at the Facebook site, and pay respect to the following:

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00smalltroop

Troop Badge

For the propagation of an ideal where science communicators can meet firstly, for drinks; secondly, for communicating; and ultimately, for networking. Joining is easy – just embrace the cause, play the twitter game, sign up at the Facebook site, and pay respect to the following:

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