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Useless creature? A horselubber grasshopper sits atop a cactus during monsoon season in Tucson, Arizona. Credit: Susan E. Swanberg

Useless creature? A horselubber grasshopper sits atop a cactus during monsoon season in Tucson, Arizona. Credit: Susan E. Swanberg

Participate in a Scientific Survey!

Hello Readers! From bug books to bighorn sheep, this blog tells stories about science, becoming a scientist and about the unusual creatures of the American Southwest.

I’d like to find out more about you, and what you think about my blog. Read a post or two! Read all of them! Comment, discuss. Then take a survey about the blog. If you’ve ever read my blog before, take this survey.

Not only will the survey help me improve my blog, it will also help answer questions about readers of science blogs.

I’ve teamed up with researcher Paige Brown Jarreau to create a survey of Tenacious Telomere readers.

You will also get FREE science art from Paige’s Photography for participating, as well as a chance to win a t-shirt and other perks! It should only take 10-15 minutes to complete. You can find the survey here: http://bit.ly/mysciblogreaders.

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Oh, and read about how my Professor “X” helped me navigate my way through organic chemistry. You can begin the Professor “X” saga here.

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