Posts that belong to series, organized for easy access:

Wonderful Latin Names (in which the etymology of “Latin”, or scientific, names is a whole lot more fun than you’d think):

Outreach pieces (licensed CC BY-SA 4.0 for reuse):

Posts about giving talks:

Posts about statistics:

Thoughts on universities – mostly inspired by Páll Skúlason’s A Critique of Universities

Posts about writing and publishing (more a theme than a series, I suppose):


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