Ebola ancestor older than believed
Oct29

Ebola ancestor older than believed

About Nicole Drum

Nicole Drum is a writer presently living in the Midwest. Pathologically curious she is interested in a variety of subjects and issues with a special fondness for the intersection of technology and humanity. When she isn't working on her first novel she can be found being irreverent on Twitter, Google +, and on her blog, Not Magazine Ready.

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Gorilla Poop May Help Track Ebola
Oct06

Gorilla Poop May Help Track Ebola

About Nicole Drum

Nicole Drum is a writer presently living in the Midwest. Pathologically curious she is interested in a variety of subjects and issues with a special fondness for the intersection of technology and humanity. When she isn't working on her first novel she can be found being irreverent on Twitter, Google +, and on her blog, Not Magazine Ready.

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Blood of survivors being considered for Ebola treatment
Aug20

Blood of survivors being considered for Ebola treatment

About Nicole Drum

Nicole Drum is a writer presently living in the Midwest. Pathologically curious she is interested in a variety of subjects and issues with a special fondness for the intersection of technology and humanity. When she isn't working on her first novel she can be found being irreverent on Twitter, Google +, and on her blog, Not Magazine Ready.

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Image of the day: Ebola virus
Aug18

Image of the day: Ebola virus

This microscopic image of the Ebola virus looks unreal.

About Robin Burks

Robin Burks is the author of Zeus, Inc. and The Curse of Hekate, as well as the owner of FanGirlConfessions.com. When she's not writing about geek culture, science or technology, she's usually watching Doctor Who or playing video games. She also occasionally speaks French, but not very well.

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Ebola cure remains elusive.
Aug11

Ebola cure remains elusive.

About Nicole Drum

Nicole Drum is a writer presently living in the Midwest. Pathologically curious she is interested in a variety of subjects and issues with a special fondness for the intersection of technology and humanity. When she isn't working on her first novel she can be found being irreverent on Twitter, Google +, and on her blog, Not Magazine Ready.

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