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#SciAmBlogs Monday – Stressed Out, Lonely Molds, Lonesome George, Drug Experience, Chimps in Uganda, Cell Lines, and more.

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- Kara Rogers – Authenticating Cells Out of Curiosity, Not Fear


- Scicurious – Stressing out really does make it worse and Friday Weird Science: Beer vs liquor?


- S.E. Gould – How the animals lost their sensors


- Melody Dye – Visualizing the Language of Drug Experience


- Psi Wavefunction – Plucked from obscurity: Microgromia, a living microbial spider web


- Maureen McCarthy – Chimps in Uganda: Travels In and Out of the Forest


- Alex Wild – Starving to be Social: The Odd Life of Dictyostelium Slime Molds


- John R. Platt – Was Lonesome George Not Really the Last of his Species?


- Gary Stix – Homo (Sans) Sapiens: Is Dumb and Dumber Our Evolutionary Destiny?


- Ashutosh Jogalekar – The perils of translational research


- Bora Zivkovic – #sci4hels – the ‘killer’ science journalists of the future want your feedback and ScienceOnline Thanksgiving message 2012


- Charles Q. Choi – From The Writer’s Desk: Secret Electronic Wars?


- Bora Zivkovic – Introducing: Ashley Braun


- Kate Clancy – Today: Using Social Media to Promote Science


- Christie Wilcox – Musical Monday: As Hard As It Is



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