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At Discovering Biology in a Digital World, Sandra Porter discusses the webinar, one of her favorite web 2.0 technologies. Instead of spending time and money traveling to faraway places to hear about other scientists' research, she says, "I grab my coffee cup, put on my headphones, and I get to listen to someone tell me about their work for an hour and show slides over the web. It's nice."


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