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Best of February at A Blog Around The Clock

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I posted 16 times in February. That is, on A Blog Around The Clock only (not counting the posts on The Network Central, The SA Incubator, Video of the Week, Image of the Week, or editing Guest Blog and Expeditions).

Following #scio12, I wrote a long summary of the event, with personal thoughts included:

ScienceOnline2012 – thoughts about present and future

I rarely post on the Observations blog, but I did once in February - this one was related to politics and media:

Can We Ask Presidential Candidates about Science?

The new season of ScienceOnline interviews has started:

ScienceOnline2012 – interview with Dirk Hanson

ScienceOnline2012 – interview with Meg Lowman

I hosted a carnival:

Berry Go Round #49 – all the plants fit to print

There were some more announcements, about events and such:

Science events in New York City this week

Tomorrow in Charlotte: “How the Web is Changing the Way Science Is Communicated, Taught and Done.”

Beyond 42

Berry Go Round – send in your posts for the next botanical blog carnival

Recent interviews

I republished a few posts from the old archives:

Clock Classics: It All Started with the Plants

Carolus Linnaeus’s Floral Clocks

Chestnut Tree Circadian Clock Stops In Winter

Circadian Clocks in Microorganisms

Clocks in Bacteria I: Synechococcus elongatus

Clocks in Bacteria II: Adaptive Function of Clocks in Cyanobacteria

Previously in the "Best of..." series:

2012

January

2011

December

November

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July

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February

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2010

December

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February

January

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