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For the background on what Open Lab is, see this post.

The submission form for the 2011 edition of Open Lab is open. Any blog post written since December 1, 2010 is eligible for submission.

We accept essays, stories, poetry, cartoons/comics, and original art.

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13.7 Billion Years: We Are Stardust
13.7 Billion Years: Report from 2050: Gardening on Mars
13.7 Billion Years: Report from 2050: Epilogue – Why This Century Is Special

538 Refugees: Rep. Gabrielle Giffords: Lessons About Traumatic Brain Injury
538 Refugees: In the Wakefield
538 Refugees: Tales of Big Pharma: Synagis™ (Palivizumab)
538 Refugees: Science Marches On
538 Refugees: A Cure for AIDS, But at What Cost?

A Blog Around The Clock (guest post on SA Observations): Circadian clock without DNA–History and the power of metaphor
A Blog Around The Clock (guest post at SA Observations): The line between science and journalism is getting blurry….again
A Blog Around The Clock (guest post at SA Guest Blog): Me and the copperheads–or why we still don’t know if snakes secrete melatonin at night

A leaf warbler’s gleanings: Tigers Are Less Important Than Warblers

The Abstract – What Do Bees See? And How Do We Know?

Action-Reaction: Pseudoteaching: MIT Physics

Addiction Inbox: Cigarette Sadness
Addiction Inbox: That Pesky Gambling Question
Addiction Inbox: Smoking and the Slave Trade

Aetiology: Pigs with Ebola Zaire: a whole new can o’ worms
Aetiology: Hemolytic uremic syndrome (HUS): history and implications

Almost Diamonds: Rape Myth #1: She’s Probably Lying
Almost Diamonds: Sex, Science, and Social Policy

Ambivalent Academic (guest post): An Optic Cup in a DISH

American SciCo: Science Online Will Change the World

Ancient Shore: The Beatles and the Cambrian Explosion

Anecdotes from the Archive: Protect yourself from the confidence man’s moonshine

Anna’s Bones: A Reason to Smile

Anthropology in Practice: Unraveling The Fear o’ the Jolly Roger
Anthropology in Practice: Power, Confidence, and High-Heels
Anthropology in Practice: The Social Functions of Blushing
Anthropology in Practice: “It’s Hard for Me to Say I’m Sorry”: Rituals of Reconciliation
Anthropology in Practice: To Be or Not to Be Monogamous?
Anthropology in Practice: Does Your Beer Glass Matter?
Anthropology in Practice: Scent of a Woman
Anthropology in Practice: Separating the Wheat from the Chaff: Will Industrialized Foods Be the End of Us?
Anthropology in Practice: Communicating Meaning Online: A Digital Expression of Theory of Mind

The Artful Amoeba: Mosses That Move and the Rocks They Reveal
The Artful Amoeba: Bombardier Beetles, Bee Purple, and the Sirens of the Night

Astrobioloblog: The Invention of Sex
Astrobioloblog: Why Pluto isn’t a planet anymore… get over it.
Astrobioloblog: How to sex a pterosaur
Astrobioloblog: What is the Universe?

The Atavism: The origin and extinction of species

Beaker: Four Ways Patient Advocates Help Drive Research
Beaker: Setting the Record Straight on Meiosis
Beaker: Seeing is Believing
Beaker: “Eye of newt” reverses a long-held scientific dogma

Beatrice the Biologist: Your cold symptoms are your fault
Beatrice the Biologist: Sleep Deprivation (cartoons)
Beatrice the Biologist: My Week without Plastic
Beatrice the Biologist: Jurassic Park, for realsies?
Beatrice the Biologist: Element Recycling

Bio 2.0: The Promises, Demands, and Risks of Garage Biology

The Biology Files: Autism, RORA, and testosterone
The Biology Files: Sex, gender, and gender identity

Black Ink Obelisk: Somata (poem)

Body Politic: Why pregnant women deserve drug trials
Body Politic: Cell phones, Cancer, and Scientific Oversimplification
Body Politic: A close look at the plastics industry’s spin on BPA

Boing Boing (Lee Billings): Incredible journey: Can we reach the stars without breaking the bank?
Boing Boing (Maggie Koerth-Baker): Nuclear energy 101: Inside the “black box” of power plants

Boundary Vision: Objectivity and ambivalence: The case of the Apollo scientists
Boundary Vision: Arsenic, cold fusion and the legitimacy of online critique

Bug Girl’s Blog: Will Brazilian Waxing Make Pubic Lice Extinct?

The Bunsen Boerner: Chemistry: this shit’s important

CABI invasives blog: Wild gingers – beastly beauties

Cassandra’s Tears: Bubble Ring Play of Dolphins

ChemBark: The Sezen Files – Part III: And What of Sames?

Chronicles From Hurricane Country: Ancestor Points the Way (poem)
Chronicles From Hurricane Country: Neurospora Lullaby (poem)
Chronicles From Hurricane Country: Tiny Captains (poem)
Chronicles From Hurricane Country: The Ballad of Big Bug Ranch (poem)
Chronicles From Hurricane Country: How’s That Again? (poem)
Chronicles From Hurricane Country: Spore Richard’s Almanack (poem)
Chronicles From Hurricane Country: Second Sight (poem)
Chronicles From Hurricane Country: Scent and Sensibility (poem)

Clastic Detritus: The Long Beat of Rhythmic Sedimentation

Clear Sci: SOS: Save our Science – Last minute Christmas

Confusedious; a science blog: Genetic diversity and ecosystem recovery; there is more to biodiversity than species count.

Context and variation: Iron-deficiency is not something you get just for being a lady
Context and variation: Even when we want something, we need to hide it.

Cosmic Variance: Physics and the Immortality of the Soul

Culturing Science – biology as relevant to us earthly beings: The danger of appealing stories: anecdata, expectations, and skepticism

The Curious Cub: Hello…?
The Curious Cub: Building A Virtual Brain: A Dialogue
The Curious Cub: Censorship And Deleting Comments

The Curious Wavefunction: Better extraterrestrial communication through chemistry: What do aliens want?
The Curious Wavefunction: How can we make the International Year of Chemistry successful?
The Curious Wavefunction: Aliens, arsenic and alternative peer-review: Has science publishing become too conservative?
The Curious Wavefunction: On chemistry’s multiple cultures

Dangerous Experiments: On Beards, Biology, and Being a Real American

Darwin vs The Machine: How The Stock Market Influences The Hot 100 Billboard Charts

Deep Sea News: DON’T PANIC: Sustainable seafood and the American outlaw
Deep Sea News: How To Cuddle Your Lady Right, by Smoove A
Deep Sea News: Inside the Outside

Denim and Tweed: Evolution’s Rainbow, from sparrows’ stripes to lizard lesbianism
Denim and Tweed: An adaptive fairytale with no happy ending
Denim and Tweed: How can you tell if a plant is carnivorous? Feed it!

Design. Build. Play.: Computers and the Homeless
Design. Build. Play.: Design Fridays: That’s a big prop
Design. Build. Play.: Future of Spaceflight: No single point sollution

The Digital Cuttlefish: BART Bugs! (poem)

Dinner Party Science: Who’s afraid of the Universe?

The Dispersal of Darwin: Sir Charles?
The Dispersal of Darwin: Distilling “History of Science” to 140 characters…
The Dispersal of Darwin: PBS vs. NASA: Thoughts on popular science education at a local museum

Dog Spies: Humor Writing 101 – a course for all first year scientists

Dot Physics: The Physics of a High-Speed Crash: 70 MPH vs. 85 MPH
Dot Physics: Here is an Awesome Moon Model
Dot Physics: Where Does the Carbon Come From?
Dot Physics: How To Brute Force a Car Talk Puzzler

The Dragonfly Woman: Ode to an Odonate on Valentine’s Day (poem)

Drugmonkey: Pick ‘em (poem)

Dr. Carin Bondar – Biologist With a Twist: Reflections on Biology and Motherhood: Where do Homo sapiens Fit In?
Dr. Carin Bondar – Biologist With a Twist: Mark Burnett VS Charles Darwin in an Epic Battle of Immunity
Dr. Carin Bondar – Biologist with a Twist: Do Not Sex Your Sibs: Lessons from a Butterfly
Dr. Carin Bondar – Biologist with a Twist: Don’t discriminate against handicapped spiders just because their webs look a little different…
Dr. Carin Bondar – Biologist with a Twist: Nice eggs…come here often?
Dr. Carin Bondar – Biologist with a Twist: Two is cozy – Eleven is a crowd. Benefits to polyandry in a foam-nesting treefrog…
Dr. Carin Bondar – Biologist with a Twist: The astounding strength of homosexual bonds in Zebra Finches: Ladies need not apply…

Dr. Mark Van Stone: Glyphs – Evidence for 2012 Apocalypse

Clevelandpoetics: Dunkleosteus: three haiku (poetry)

Electron Café: Scientific Process Rage (cartoon)

Empirical Zeal: What it feels like for a sperm

Endless Forms: Woolly Bats Use a Carnivorous Roost

Endless Forms Most Beautiful: An Unlikely Heroine
Endless Forms Most Beautiful: Romeo: A Lone Wolf’s Tragedy in Three Acts

The End Of The Pier Show: One Of Our Sea Serpents Is Missing

Engineer Blogs: Noise of Aviation

The Euroscientist: Pivot points – The big cheese and the director’s cut
The Euroscientist: Political will closes our eyes

The Excuses I’m Going With: Up Malaria’s Sleeve
The Excuses I’m Going With: The New Madrid Seismic Zone: Much Ado About Something … Unexpected
The Excuses I’m Going With: Species Assault is a Go
The Excuses I’m Going With: Shaky Reasoning
The Excuses I’m Going With: Pornography Terms in Google Searches by Democrats and Republicans

Faraday’s Cage is where you put Schroedinger’s Cat: A shocking experience
Faraday’s Cage is where you put Schroedinger’s Cat: Moonscape Reminder: Owens Lake

The Febrile Muse: Human Papillomavirus: Driving Ms. HeLa, Henrietta Lack’s Cells
The Febrile Muse: Scientific Literacy in Children: Building the Basics

From The Lab Bench: Hiding Place for the Artsy-Scientist
From The Lab Bench: Out of Hiding: The Artsy-Scientist’s Mid-life Crisis
From The Lab Bench: We Want More Science, said the American Public
From The Lab Bench: The Science of Chocolate
From The Lab Bench: Life, Death, and Silver Bullets

Genegeek: Can sport teach science about excellence?

The Gene Gym: Re-awakening enemy sleepers…

Genomics, Evolution and Pseudoscience: It’s time to destroy our smallpox

Georneys: Geology Word of the Week: L is for Lithosphere
Georneys: Geology Word of the Week: O is for Ophiolite
Georneys: Technology Anachronisms in Science
Georneys: A Conversation with My Dad, a Nuclear Engineer, about the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant Disaster in Japan
Georneys: Bee-Bop the General Exam Bear
Georneys: A Million Random Digits
Georneys: Why are there Earthquakes and Volcanoes in Japan? In Response to: Magnitude 8.9 Earthquake & Tsunami in Japan

Giga thoughts…: Singularity

Glass Petal Smoke: Inside the Olfactory Mind of Dr. Roman Kaiser

Guardian Science Blog (Scicurious) The postdrome: migraine’s silent sister
Guardian Science Blog (Karen James): Space shuttle launch: ‘I feel the percussive roar on the skin of my face’

The Haystack: Front-line Antibiotics To Fight E. Coli
The Haystack: The Tail’s The Thing – Alkylamine Ethers and Zafgen’s ZGN-433

Highly Allochthonous: Ten million feet upon the stair
Highly Allochthonous: A flood is a disaster when people are in the way

The Imagination Age: The Unthinkable Sometimes Occurs

Inkfish: Superheroes Who Share a Power with Dolphins

Inside Our Lab: A Letter from the Post-doc with One Foot in the Pipeline
Inside Our Lab: If At First You Don’t Succeed …

- It is NOT junk – Amazon’s $23,698,655.93 book about flies

It’s Okay To Be Smart: On Beards, Biology, and Being a Real American (also here)
It’s Okay To Be Smart: “There’s no crying in baseball” . . . the status quo of Ph.D. programs?

It Takes 30: Teflon bacteria
It Takes 30: How to read a genome
It Takes 30: Not sisters, under the skin
It Takes 30: Microbes that see the future
It Takes 30: The wisdom of cellular crowds

Just Like Cooking: Rare Earths, Common Problem
Just Like Cooking: Dirty Jobs: Why Don’t Chemists Wear Suits?

Katie Ph.D.(ABD): A whole new RNA world
Katie Ph.D.(ABD): How do you solve a problem like a broken chromosome?
Katie Ph.D.(ABD): DNA origami gets curves
Katie Ph.D.(ABD): How to make the most of your PhD: The road less traveled.

Kitchen Hacking: Blurring The Lines – Part I
Kitchen Hacking: I Want An Empty Waiting Room

Lealaps: The Dodo is Dead, Long Live the Dodo!
Lealaps: What Death Means to Primates

Labcoat Life: Should Extremely Preterm Babies Be Saved?
Labcoat Life: Science Blogs Are Good For You
Labcoat Life: Define Science
Labcoat Life: Brains Breathe: Dopamine’s Role In Preterm Infants

Lamentations on Chemistry: On the pitfalls of science outreach to the public

The Last Word On Nothing (Ann Finkbeiner): Science Metaphors (cont): Resonance

Looking For Detachment: Deep Time
Looking For Detachment: Like caterpillars, crawling or marching…

The Loom: The Human Lake

The Lord Geekington: Of the Monstrous Pictures of Whales

Lounge of the Lab Lemming: Dear Hypothesis

Love in the Time of Chasmosaurs: Scaphognathus crassirostris: A Pterosaur in the Historical Record?
Love in the Time of Chasmosaurs: Goertzen’s Case for the Historical Scaphognathus

Magma Cum Laude: Eruption rates at volcanoes

Mammoth Tales: Tabbert’s Sea-Mammoth

The Mother Geek: How “boner” is misleading: The science behind an erect penis
The Mother Geek: Science on the brain: Motor traffic and beads on a string

NeoAcademic: Online Plagiarism and Cybercheating Still Strong – 61.9%
NeoAcademic: Fight Your Fear of Cockroaches With Augmented Reality

Networking Embedded Systems: Build your own gyroscope messenger as Christmas present

NeuroanthropologyHuman (amphibious model): living in and on the water
Neuroanthropology: ‘The last free people on the planet’
Neuroanthropology: Getting around by sound: Human echolocation

NeuroDojo: Indie spirit
NeuroDojo: Ptarmigans on ptreadmills

Neuron Culture: Free Science, One Paper at a Time

Neuropoly: The case of the man who couldn’t find the beat

NeuroPsydoctor8: Things were just simpler in the Dark Ages. Two Neuroscientific Challenges to Retributivism
NeuroPsydoctor8: Regarding Juvenile Comprehension of Miranda
NeuroPsydoctor8: Interested In Neuroethics and National Security? Well here you go:
NeuroPsydoctor8:
Y U NO (cartoon)

NeuroPsydoctor8: Last thoughts and Consciousness
NeuroPsydoctor8: New neuroimaging technique: Mapping Myelination

Neuroself: Jonah Lehrer is not a neuroscientist

Neuroskeptic: Where Papers Come From

Neurotic Physiology: Dinosaur Inspiration
Neurotic Physiology: In which Sci is WRONG, you guys. Follow up on bees and cell phones

Neurotribes: Woof! John Elder Robison, Living Boldly as a “Free-Range Aspergian”

Observations of a Nerd: Why do women cry? Obviously, it’s so they don’t get laid.
Observations of a Nerd: Reverse Bestiality: When Animals Commit Sexual Assault
How do you ID a dead Osama anyway?

The Occam’s Typewriter Irregulars (ricardipus): Genome sequencing, Shakespeare style
The Occam’s Typewriter Irregulars (ricardipus): Genome Assembly – a primer for the Shakespeare fan

Occ Psy Dot Com: Within boundaryless contexts, developmental relationships may positively impact upon optimism

Oh, For the Love of Science!: Zombie Ants and The Bite of Death
Oh, For the Love of Science!: Friday Weird Science GUEST POST: The distance between your testicles and your anus, ‘taint unimportant

OnEarth: Reading Hurricane History in Layers of Marsh Mud

One Small Step: A supermassive star, all by its lonesome
One Small Step: Churnalism: Bad for Science?
One Small Step: Modelling comets, kittens and the Universe

Oscillatory Thoughts: How to be a neuroscientist

Pharyngula: Dear Emma B

Phased: Black Women Perceived as Being More White Receive Judicial Leniency in the United States

PLoS Blogs Guest Blog (Delene Beeland): Saving Ethiopia’s “Church Forests”

The Primate Diaries (at Times Higher Ed): Ariel casts out Caliban
The Primate Diaries: The Science of Sexism: Primate Behavior and the Culture of Sexual Coercion

Providentia: The Turing Problem (Part 1), The Turing Problem (Part 2) and The Turing Problem (Part 3) fused into a single essay.

Punctuated Equilibrium (guest post by Cath Ennis): The scientific method, in chromo-logical order

Q Space: Juno: Journey to Jupiter

Quantum Diaries (US LHC): Helicity, Chirality, Mass, and the Higgs

Quintessence of Dust: What a selfish little piece of…
Quintessence of Dust: Evolution cheats, or how to get an old enzyme to do new tricks

Reality and Psychiatry: The Mind Body Problem and The Boundaries Between Normal Behavior And Mental Illness

Reciprocal Space: Numb or Numbered? – great comment section to edit and include.

The Renaissance Mathematicus: The Empty Building

Research at a Snail’s Pace: Thurs-Demo: The one with the Earthquake Machine

RRResearch: Arsenic-associated bacteria (NASA’s claims)

Rule of 6ix: On the origins of smallpox – where and when did variola virus emerge?
Rule of 6ix: An ecological perspective on bat viruses
Rule of 6ix: The ‘interactome’ of a host/pathogen triad

Sauropod Vertebra Picture of the Week: Tutorial 12: How to find problems to work on

Scepticemia: Rifaximin in IBS: A Quick Fix?

Sciencebase: Can we count on journal metrics?

Science Business: HSBC Takes Climate Change Research to the Bank
Science Business: One Nation, Under Geeks
Science Business: Campaign Begins to Boost Public Support for Biomed Research

Sciencesounds: Cheerleaders, Rock Stars and Science Music: The Many Faces of Science Communication

Science Sushi: Mythbusting 101: Organic Farming > Conventional Agriculture

Science with Moxie: The power of rock n roll.

Scientific American Guest Blog (Rob Dunn): Biologist Spending Way Too Much Time Thinking about Discovery He Made on Jon Stewart’s Body
Scientific American Guest Blog (Cheryl Murphy): Will Carrots Help You See Better? No, but Chocolate Might
Scientific American Guest Blog (Rita J. King): Failure of imagination can be deadly: Fukushima is a warning
Scientific American Guest Blog (Jeremy Yoder): The Intelligent Homosexual’s Guide to Natural Selection and Evolution, with a Key to Many Complicating Factors
Scientific American Guest Blog (Cindy Doran): Short Story Science: Lenina versus the Pneumococcus
Scientific American Guest Blog (David Manly and Lauren Reid): Good Dads and Not-So-Good Dads in the Animal Kingdom
Scientific American Guest Blog (Bradley Voytek): What Bats, Bombs and Sharks Taught Us about Hearing
Scientific American Guest Blog (R. Douglas Fields): Curing Paralysis–Again
Scientific American Guest Blog (Kristina Bjoran): Animal emotion: When objectivity fails
Scientific American Guest Blog (Khalil A. Cassimally): Superfetation: Pregnant while already pregnant
Scientific American Guest Blog (Rob Dunn): Man discovers a new life-form at a South African truck stop
Scientific American Guest Blog (Allie Wilkinson): Seafood at risk: Dispersed oil poses a long-term threat
Scientific American Guest Blog (Scicurious): Serotonin and sexual preference: Is it really that simple?
Scientific American Guest Blog (Holly Menninger): Winter stoneflies sure are supercool
Scientific American Guest Blog (Karen James): Evolution isn’t easy, even in Galapagos
Scientific American Guest Blog (Emily Willingham): Of lice and men: An itchy history
Scientific American Guest Blog (Jennifer Frazer): Excuse me, Sir. There’s a moss-animal in my Lake
Scientific American Guest Blog (Melissa C. Lott): Texas “Tea” becomes the Texas “E”?
Scientific American Guest Blog (Brian Switek): Breaking our link to the “March of Progress”
Scientific American Guest Blog (Casey Rentz): How to stop a hurricane (good luck, by the way)
Scientific American Guest Blog (Anne-Marie Hodge): Carnivore crossing: How predator species dominated mammal diversity on the Kuril Islands
Scientific American Guest Blog (Kelly Oakes): Habitable and not-so-habitable exoplanets: How the latter can tell us more about our origins than the former
Scientific American Guest Blog (Christina Agapakis): Mixed cultures: art, science, and cheese
Scientific American Guest Blog (Kathryn Clancy): I don’t have a 28-day menstrual cycle, and neither should you
Scientific American Guest Blog (Rob Dunn): The top 10 life-forms living on Lady Gaga (and you)
Scientific American Guest Blog (Marie-Claire Shanahan): An arsenic-laced bad-news letter: Who is the audience for online post-publication peer review?
Scientific American Guest Blog (Holy Bik): A plea for basic biology
Scientific American Guest Blog (Andrea Kuszewski): Could chess-boxing defuse aggression in Arizona and beyond?
Scientific American Guest Blog (Rose Eveleth): Can you hear me now? Animals all over the world are finding interesting ways to get around the human din
Scientific American Guest Blog (Rachel Nuwer): When animals attack: Death databases indicate that our fondest phobias may be misdirected
Scientific American Guest Blog (David Manly): Biting the hand that feeds: The evolution of snake venom
Scientific American Guest Blog (David Manly): The Ferret Hunters
Scientific American Guest Blog (Dan Bailey): In search of the origins of warfare in the American Southwest
Scientific American Guest Blog (Daniel Ksepka): 5 things you never knew about penguins!
Scientific American Guest Blog (Robin Ann Smith): The worms within
Scientific American Guest Blog (Jennifer Frazer): Pimp My Virus: Ocean Edition
Scientific American Guest Blog (David Manly): Ugly animals need love, too
Scientific American Guest Blog (David Manly): Mirror images: Twins and identity

Scientific American Observations (David Biello): What Was in the Oil Spilled during BP’s Gulf of Mexico Disaster?

SEE Reports: Luck, Luck–#2 and Luck–#3

Self-Organizing Networked Systems: Langton’s Ant – from simple rules to complex behavior

Seven Deadly Synapses: To Sleep, Perchance to Cause a Midair Collision
Seven Deadly Synapses: Liberally Thinking: Red Brain, Blue Brain
Seven Deadly Synapses: Iodine-131 in US Milk: Cause for Concern?
Seven Deadly Synapses: Seven Deadly Sins Sunday: Gluttony Part 3
Seven Deadly Synapses: Mother’s Little Helper, the Brainstem

Silvarerum: Chasing Daphnia: The Smallest Story on Earth

Skulls in the Stars: The Saga of the Scientific Swindler! (1884-1891)
Skulls in the Stars: The birth of electromagnetism (1820)

Skeptikai: Oz and Eastern Wizardry

Sleeping with the Fishes: Self-Help for Seabirds: How to manage your time and outcompete your neighbors for maximum survival

Southern Fried Science: The Global Extinction Crisis – species area relationships, habitat loss, and population dynamics
Southern Fried Science: Climbing Mount Chernobyl
Southern Fried Science: The importance of failure in graduate student training

Spiritualscientific.com Blog: Angela Ronson Part 1: Not a Vegetable at All, but a White Crow

Stages Of Succession: Teaching The Art Of Tequila Shots
Stages Of Succession: Anthropogenic Global Warming In The Classroom
Stages Of Succession: The Thin Evolutionary Line

Stripped Science: Microbiology and the Old Spice guy (cartoon)

Substantia Innominata: If you are a headbanger, you should listen to Céline Dion

Superbug: Diseases and borders: Potatoes and St. Patrick’s Day
Superbug: File Under WTF: Did the CIA Fake a Vaccination Campaign?
Superbug: E. coli: A Risk for 3 More Years From Who Knows Where
Superbug: Highly Resistant Salmonella: Poultry, Antibiotics, Borders, Risk
Superbug: Resistant Salmonella: Deadly Yet Somehow Not Illegal

Tattooed Science: Sex and math: You can integrate my curves any day

Tetrapod Zoology: Necks for sex? No thank you, we’re sauropod dinosaurs

There and (hopefully) back again…: In the shadows of greatness

This is serious monkey business: Primate vaccines: help you to help me?
This is serious monkey business: “Bad-sad-bad” and other responses to death.
This is serious monkey business: Raison d’etre of the female undergraduate primatology blogger.
This is serious monkey business: Is habituation ethically permissible from a biocentric perspective?
This is serious monkey business: The Curious Case of the Present Hymen.

This May Hurt a Bit: “Don’t You Want to Know What I Used to Do?”

This View of Life: Elements of an Effective Public Education Toolkit
This View of Life: Narrating Science and Fear

The Thoughtful Animal: Defending Your Territory: Be Smelly, Be Fast
The Thoughtful Animal: Might Pleistocene Fido Have Been A Fox?
The Thoughtful Animal: Perseverating on Perseverative Error: What Does The “A-not-B Error” Really Tell Us About Infant Cognition?
The Thoughtful Animal: Rats, Bees, and Brains: The Death of the “Cognitive Map”
The Thoughtful Animal: Mathematics, Cities, and Brains: What Can A Highway Engineer Learn From A Neuroscientist

The Thoughtful Vegetable: Ask The Retard
The Thoughtful Vegetable: A Developmental Profile

Thoughtomics: We Are Nobody: Contingency and Convergence in Evolution

Thoughts from Kansas: Does meditation make people act more rationally?
Thoughts from Kansas: On interfaith outreach and atheists
Thoughts from Kansas: Biopunks, biohackers, and the movement to own your own DNA

The Throckmorton File: Do You Know the Most Remarkable Thing About Penguins? (You Don’t.)

The Tree of Life: The story behind the story of my new #PLoSOne paper on “Stalking the fourth domain of life”
The Tree of Life: A “work” trip to Catalina Island: USC, Wrigley, C-DEBI, dark energy biosphere, Virgin Oceanic, Deep Five, & more

Through the looking glass: What’s this public ‘engagement’ with science thing then?
Through the looking glass: A brief history of awesome

Tooth and Claw: Of Bad Odors and Good Yarns

TumbalacaTumblr: Tum-ba-ba.(cartoon)

Uncertain Principles: Science Is Not Irreducibly Complex

Uncharted Atolls: Crushing predators reinvade the Antarctic benthos

Universe: Moon Arts, Part Two: Fallen Astronaut

WhizBANG!: My Grandma’s Cure-All
WhizBANG!: An Active Study

Worst Professor Ever: Why Humanities People Should Care About Math

Yes Means Yes!: Gender Differences and Casual Sex: The New Research

YourBrainonDrugs.net: Welcome to the future of recreational drug use.



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