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#SciAmBlogs Monday – Hagfish High Fashion, Cold Plasmas, Tree-Climbing Velociraptor, Christmas Metadata, Solar Bike-Car and more.

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- Pete Monfre – Kids Lead Crowd Funded Scientific Mission to Nicaragua: Science Education is the Tide that Lifts All Boats


- Bob Grumman – M@h*(pOet)?ica – Happy Holidays!


- Jennifer Ouellette – The Hagfish Goes High Fashion and Chilling Out with Cold Plasmas


- Allyson Beatrice – Science Books for the Kids on Your Shopping List (Guest Post)


- Scicurious – The dopamine side(s) of depression


- Bonnie Swoger – What is metadata? A Christmas themed exploration.


- Darren Naish – Did Velociraptor and Archaeopteryx climb trees? Claws and climbing in birds and other dinosaurs


- John R. Platt – Three New Slow Loris Species Discovered in Borneo; Rare Venomous Primates Threatened by Illegal Pet Trade


- Amanda Netburn – The San Diego Coastal Expedition: Zonation Zombies: Part 2 – The Midwater Animals


- Christie Wilcox – The Best Gangnam Parody I’ve Seen Yet


- John Horgan – Question for Gun-Rights Fanatics: Have You No Sense of Decency?


- Scott Huler – The solar-powered bike-car thingy we’ve all been waiting for


- David Wogan – Live coverage of the Comparative Energy Policies and Technologies in France and USA Conference from Austin, TX


- Khalil A. Cassimally – Tips: Practical Guides On How To Do Science Journalism By


- Joanne Manaster – Monday Music Video: Biotech Support in Song


- Bora Zivkovic – Two SciAm bloggers make the 30-under-30 Forbes annual list.


- John Matson – NASA Probes to Crash into Lunar Mountain Monday Afternoon



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