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Warner Brothers Entertainment tweets’s film review of Hubble IMAX as the official face of the movie! Editor Jovana J. Grbić gave an in-depth 30 minute audio interview with BlogcastFM, where she discussed the origins of ScriptPhD, where it is headed, and advice for other aspiring bloggers. Access the interview here. Editor Jovana J. Grbić was profiled for the Science and Technology section of the Charlotte Observer. Read her Q&A on the intersection of science and entertainment here. was named by Wired Magazine’s Geek Dad blog as one of 168 Geeky Media People You Should Follow on Twitter. Follow us on Twitter here.

Editor Jovana J. Grbić gave a lecture at UCLA Film School entitled “Science, Entertainment, and a Digital World.” See the slideshow here.

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