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#SciAmBlogs Wednesday – prenatal tests, patent trolls, data in cars, helmet efficiency, Nassim Taleb, and more.

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- Ricki Lewis – The Battle of the Prenatal Tests


- Neuro Bonkers – The meteoric ascent of the patent troll and the devastating consequences for innovation


- Melissa C. Lott and Ian Kalin – A Fleet of Data in U.S. Vehicles


- Khalil A. Cassimally – Tips: Harnessing Social Networks For Information When You Write A Story


- Glendon Mellow – Celestial Awesomesauce


- John Horgan – Nassim Taleb Is Annoying, but “Antifragile” Is Still Worth Reading


- DNLee – Wordless Wednesday: Candy Rat/Real Rat


- Jason G. Goldman – ScienceSeeker Editor’s Selections: Dogs, Money, Sensation & Perception, NeuroNewtons, and DSM-5


- Scicurious – Stressed out and not thinking straight


- Daisy Yuhas – Why Don’t Helmets Prevent Concussions?


- Philip Yam, Isha Soni and Mollie Bloudoff-Indelicato – Watch: How Do Knees Work? An Iron Egghead Sample Video



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