Exon Blog is creating Science Blog
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Why it was started:

Books like Ben Goldacres "bad science" and even recent stories where the NEED  was seen to retract nature journal entries (like the stem cell related paper from the company Riken in japan) highlight that there are areas in which scientists (and future scientists) need to develop and focus more intently on.

This includes; proper conduct and the ability to convey complex scientific information correctly and concisely to everyone! From the general public to others within the scientific community. So that it can be more readily used within health care. Bad science only promotes distrust between patients and the entire scientific field. So through EXON, students can discover ways in which to be a "good scientist." And generally be more aware of the need to critically appraise the stories and papers they both come across and write themselves. Hopefully making them more aware of their actions In the future and giving them insight into interesting new scientific stories of interest .

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We would like to be able to afford shuttershock images, to be able to make our page look more professional. This amount will enable us to download 60 images from the site, which will greatly improve the sites overall look. 
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Why it was started:

Books like Ben Goldacres "bad science" and even recent stories where the NEED  was seen to retract nature journal entries (like the stem cell related paper from the company Riken in japan) highlight that there are areas in which scientists (and future scientists) need to develop and focus more intently on.

This includes; proper conduct and the ability to convey complex scientific information correctly and concisely to everyone! From the general public to others within the scientific community. So that it can be more readily used within health care. Bad science only promotes distrust between patients and the entire scientific field. So through EXON, students can discover ways in which to be a "good scientist." And generally be more aware of the need to critically appraise the stories and papers they both come across and write themselves. Hopefully making them more aware of their actions In the future and giving them insight into interesting new scientific stories of interest .

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