Denny Luan

Denny Luan

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Published on Jul 06, 2017

Product Plan

Summer 2017We're going to do a sprint focused around the editor.There are still a lot of bugs that need to be addressed (Editor Bugs Round 3). Feature ListFormatting add markdown style to-do's add ...

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Published on Jul 04, 2017

The Lab Note Writer

Hello!This post is a gentle introduction into the lab note platform and the editor you can use to write them. We've built the editor from the ground up to make an awesome writing experience just fo...

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Published on Jun 06, 2017

My first labnote

You do an experiment because your own philosophy makes you want to know the result. It’s too hard, and life is too short, to spend your time doing something because someone else has said it’s impor...

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Published on Jun 05, 2017

My first labnote

You do an experiment because your own philosophy makes you want to know the result. It’s too hard, and life is too short, to spend your time doing something because someone else has said it’s impor...

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Published on Jun 05, 2017

Product Progress and Roadmap

For the first week of June, Jeff is going to continue working on the editor bugs. We have a list of these bugs here: Editor Bugs Round 2.We're also going to do some user feedback calls to get some ...

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I'm very interested to hear what you've learned.
Sep 25, 2018
Ecosystem services loss due to impacts of hurricanes Irma and María in San Juan residential trees
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Cool!
Sep 25, 2018
Where do flammulated owls go in the winter?
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Congrats!
Sep 18, 2018
Sequencing the Fungi of the Ecuadorian Andes
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Congrats on the progress!
Sep 05, 2018
The lost aspens of the Willamette Valley: Did catastrophic floods carry them from the Rockies?
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This is amazing! Congrats!
Jul 11, 2018
Tracking ‘flying penguins’: pelagic distribution and threats of South Georgia Diving Petrels
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Woohoo! Nice update :)
May 29, 2018
Bad hare days: What happens when hares lose their invisibility?
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Awesome! Congrats on the publication.
May 29, 2018
Making Moorit: Determining the Molecular Basis for Brown Colored Sheep
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This is awesome! Congrats!
Mar 29, 2018
The Development of Non-iridescent Structurally Colored Material Inspired by Tarantula Hairs.
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IMO the solution seems like what scientists like Dan Kahan and others are presenting around science deficit model - in science communication, how you present an idea is more important than the content of what you're presenting. Making something seem approachable, or funny, or engaging, or interesting is different than flatly handing over data. Each of those options is a dimension on the transaction that is communicating new science. In a way, it's kind of a defensive complexity against the exploits. Or maybe it's just that scientists today aren't operating on those dimensions enough where exploiting motivated reasoning does: you're more likely to believe the earth is flat if you're watching an engaging youtube personality deliver the pitch. I realize I'm totally blowing up your comment section, so apologies. I'll stop drinking wine now.
Mar 26, 2018
Fighting fake news by replicating the motivated numeracy effect
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