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#SciAmBlogs Wednesday – cheese cultures, freshwater mosasaur, math museum, mealworm meat, X-Ray crystallography, and more.

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Today we have a new Video of the Week.

- Richard H. Adamson – We Have an Obesity Problem in This Country.

 

- Christina Agapakis – Cheese Cultures

 

- Becky Crew – Pannoniasaurus inexpectatus: World’s first freshwater mosasaur found

 

- Satchal Erramilli – Scicurious Guest Writer! X-Ray Crystallography: 100 Years at the Intersection of Physics, Chemistry, and Biology

 

- Robert Fares – Can we store electricity to transform the grid?

 

- David Wogan – NASA satellite image shows just how isolated North Korea is from the rest of the world

 

- Glendon Mellow – Zap the West Noël Virus to Save Santa!

 

- Kate Clancy – Link love: December 2012

 

- Kate Wong – The Most Fascinating Human Evolution Discoveries of 2012

 

- Marissa Fessenden – Please Play with Your Math: New Museum Opens in New York City

 

- Fred Guterl – The End is Nigh! Time to Go Shopping

 

- Katherine Harmon – Mealworms: The Other-Other-Other White Meat? and Common Antibiotic Not Helpful for Cough and Respiratory Infection

 

- Mariette DiChristina – Scientific American Goes Bananas on December 20

 

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