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#SciAmBlogs Thursday – new nuclear reactors, The Dune, Bohr model, hornbill bills, singing mice, and more.

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- Robynne Boyd – New Nuclear Reactors Approved


- Maria Konnikova – How a Book about the Future Inspired Me to Look into the Neural Underpinnings of the Past


- Jennifer Ouellette – Don’t Be Dissin’ the Bohr Model!


- John R. Platt – Artificial Beaks Helping to Save Hornbills from Extinction in India


- Jason G. Goldman – An Archival Treasure: Singing Mice


- Glendon Mellow – Cyanobacteria to Solve the Theory of Everything


- Alex Wild – If you’ve ever wondered whether to take the Daily Mail seriously as a news source… and Thrifty Thursday: The Liquid Lens


- Krystal D’Costa – Editor’s Selections: Family Medical Histories, A Grave In The Bahamas, Medieval Malaria, And Macaques


- Larry Greenemeier – A ‘Deceptive Individual’: Steve Jobs’s FBI File


- Fred Guterl – Best Science Song of All Time, Verse 2


- Katherine Harmon – Smoke and Mirrors: Driving While on Marijuana Doubles One’s Chances of a Serious Car Crash



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