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Wandering Around


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Jumping Off Places for further explorations


Serendip A to Z, a necessarily incomplete, but enjoyable, index to Serendip and jumping off point


What's New, a complete list of new exhibits


Center for Science in Society at Bryn Mawr College, a nexus of interdisciplinary activities


Webology and Webocracy, Serendip reflecting on itself


Serendip's Bookshelves, book and journal article reviews available on Serendip


Forums, a list of continuing conversations and archives


Life is not really so difficult if you just follow the instructions.

Welcome ... Serendip is a gathering place for people who suspect that life's instructions are always ambiguous and incomplete. Originating in interactions among neurobiologists, computer scientists, business people, and educators, Serendip is both an expanding forum and a continually developing set of resources to explore and support intellectual and social change in education, in social organization... and in how one makes sense of life.

Please join in ... The Place of the US in the World Community: A Discussion

Bridging is a current theme throughout Serendip: The Two Cultures addresses the science and non-science two culture gap; Building Two-Way Bridges: A Conversation about Gender and Science challenges us to rethink how we teach science; The Physical and the Spiritual: A Conversation about "How to Get Through the Veil" explores connections between science and spirituality.


AllLearn.Org is a partnership among Oxford, Stanford and Yale Universities that offers a free library of extensive online resources, as well as a wide range of online courses with interactive components that are available to Serendip users at discounted prices.

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So What's New?


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Change ... as always. A complete list.

Measure for Measure: An Artistic Exploration of Eating Disorders, Body Image, and the Self, by Janna Stern

Culture as Disability, a previously published essay by Ray McDermott and Herve Varenne in a new web version

War is a Bad Metaphor, a contribution to the on-line forum The Place of the US in the World Community: A Discussion


Serendip's Thought For the Day
returns!



Online discussions: Emergent Systems, Time, and "The Science of Culture/The Culture of Science."

Is "Brain = behavior"? Explore the enhanced Time to Think interactive exhibit.



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