Good news! The journal Evolution: Education and Outreach is open access again.

There is, regrettably, a one year embargo before the contents are available, but at least it will eventually be available to everyone.  You can read more details here.  And, new issue out!

…We have made arrangements with the National Institutes of Health online library PubMed Central ( to provide our journal once again completely free online.

As we write, the backlog at PubMed Central will require another month or so for E:E&O to appear. Our arrangement with PubMed Central requires a one-year embargo—meaning that as soon as the backlog clears, our entire Volumes 1 and 2 will appear on their website. In March of 2011, all four issues of Volume 3 (2010) will be added, and so forth.

Posted by Gwen Pearson

Writer. Nerd. Insect Evangelist. Have you heard the good news? BUGS!

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  1. Bug girl, Thanks for the blog about Evolution and Education. I was fascinated by your personal and professional interests, especially your method of getting male bugs horny and then stopping them breeding. I think you’d enjoy my recent blog of a very irreverent ‘Letter to God’, which is very relevant as it suggests helpful modifications of the human reproductive system. It won’t guarantee getting rid of all your pests but it would stop rape. You could find it at http:/
    John B.

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