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#SciAmBlogs Friday – Glassfrogs, Age of Miracles, bad smells, Rotifer in Motion, chemophobia, Geodesign and more.

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- Lawrence Rifkin – Patients and Evolutionary History


- Darren Naish – Glassfrogs: translucent skin, green bones, arm spines


- Ashutosh Jogalekar – Chemists and bad smells (and sulfur): A productive pairing


- Hannah Waters – Age of Miracles: What If Climate Change Were Sped Up?


- Jennifer Frazer – The Startling Mechanical Beauty of a Rotifer in Motion


- Janet D. Stemwedel – Can we combat chemophobia … with home-baked bread?


- Bora Zivkovic – Bora’s Picks (January 25th, 2013)


- Glendon Mellow – Science Communication Migration Map


- Alan Jamieson – Kermadec Trench: Cook, Kermadec and Kaharoa


- Scicurious – Friday Weird Science: Echidna Ejaculation is a little…one sided.


- Michael Fertik – How Much Control Will We Have Over Our Personal Data?


- Larry Greenemeier – What Is Geodesign–and Can It Protect Us from Natural Disasters?


- David Biello – The Race to Catalog Living Species Before They Go Extinct



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