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Tetrapod Zoology 10th-Birthday Extravaganza, Part 4: Looking Back at a Decade of Tetrapod Zoology

Some days ago (January 21st 2016), Tet Zoo reached its 10th birthday. You might have heard this already, sorry for going on about it. Here, in the last of a whole series of birthday-themed articles, I look back at the ups and downs of ten years of blogging, consider the impact of Tet Zoo – if there is such a thing – and present musings on what has been, what is, and what will be. Why the adjacent photo of a Blackbird Turdus merula? Because, as usual, why not.

January 29, 2016 — Darren Naish
So, you want to write about medicine?

So, you want to write about medicine?

Last year, I was honored to receive an invitation to address the Medical Student Section of the American Medical Association (AMA) on writing about medicine.

January 31, 2015 — Ilana Yurkiewicz
A Farewell to Peers

A Farewell to Peers

The Symbiartic team (Katie McKissick, Glendon Mellow, Kalliopi Monoyios) are sad to say farewell to the blogs and their bloggers that left the Scientific American blog network earlier this month.

December 27, 2014 — Glendon Mellow
New Beginnings, Old Themes and False Starts

New Beginnings, Old Themes and False Starts

About a month ago, We started something new. Kalliopi Monoyios, 1/3 of the Symbiartic posse pushed Katie McKissick and myself to start working on themed creations made especially for our blog.

April 1, 2015 — Glendon Mellow
When Being Borinqueña Acquired New Meaning

When Being Borinqueña Acquired New Meaning

I knew my idea was not unique, mainly because it originated from a collective need. Like many others, I felt the need to have a voice and to form a space for a community that would highlight and represent the women in science of Puerto Rico.

November 15, 2014 — Greetchen Díaz
What Is Success?

What Is Success?

"Goodbye don't mean gone." – attributed to Ray Charles "Everywhere I go, I'm asked if I think the universities stifle writers. My opinion is that they don't stifle enough of them." – Flannery O'Connor When New York calls, you listen, you go.

March 13, 2014 — Kathleen Raven

Questions for Educators.

Today, I’m over at Neurotic Physiology, asking educators a question. Have you ever used my blog in the classroom? Have you used it because you liked it?

October 3, 2013 — Scicurious
My New Home!

My New Home!

As I look down the list of amazing bloggers joining this SciAm network my guess is that I fall into the category of bloggers labelled "who's that guy and what’s he doing here?" Well, let me introduce myself.

July 5, 2011 — James Byrne
Art Takes on Science: An Experiment in ScienceArt & Blogging

Art Takes on Science: An Experiment in ScienceArt & Blogging

This July, Symbiartic will celebrate its 4th birthday along with the entire Scientific American Blog Network. To date, we have featured more than 230 science artists in over 460 posts as the field continues to expand and come into its own.

February 20, 2015 — Kalliopi Monoyios