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#SciAmBlogs Thursday – Teen scientists, Science Studio, Translating Science, Peacocks, Cassini, Quail Eggs, and more.

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- Ken Myers – 5 Famous Scientists that Started their Work as Young Teens


- Shara Yurkiewicz – An Introduction: Sharing Stories with Strangers


- Janet D. Stemwedel – Fear of scientific knowledge about firearm-related injuries.


- Jason G. Goldman – Adventures in Pedantry: Fringe’s Captain Windmark Can’t Be A Toe-Tapper


- Darren Naish – The other peacock


- Rose Eveleth – Introducing: Science Studio — The year’s best science multimedia


- Bora Zivkovic – Welcome This May Hurt a Bit – the newest blog at #SciAmBlogs


- Bora Zivkovic – Introducing: Lacey Avery


- Nathan Sanders – Translating Science: Does It Still Have A Place In Science Communication?


- Joanne Manaster – Unusual Creatures for Kids in Song, Book and Video!


- DNLee – Countdown to #Scio13 & Preparing for Discussions on Diversity in the Sciences


- Melissa C. Lott – A New Light in the Sky – “Kuwait on the Prairie”


- John R. Platt – Amazing Hawaiian Plant Loved by Tourists but Endangered by Climate Change


- Katherine Harmon – Quails Demonstrate Mastery of Camouflage to Protect Their Colorful Eggs


- Larry Greenemeier – Lithium-Ion Battery Fires Could Turn Boeing Dreamliner into a Nightmare


- Christine Gorman – Transplanted Bacteria Turn Up Testosterone to Protect Mice Against Diabetes


- John Matson – Cassini Spacecraft Reveals Unprecedented Saturn Storm



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