We have a new blog on the network as well as the usual Monday’s addition of the new Image of the Week.
- Chris Rowan and Anne Jefferson – Science in Ten Hundred Words: The ‘Up-Goer Five’ challenge.
- Kyle Hill – The Last Thing the Squirrel Saw
- S.E. Gould – The bacteria that use cholesterol to get into cells.
- Bora Zivkovic – Commenting threads: good, bad, or not at all.
- Janet D. Stemwedel – Academic tone-trolling: How does interactivity impact online science communication?
- Kate Clancy – Kate Clancy’s Short Grant Rant: On Broken Promises
- Scicurious – On Identity: #scio13
- Jennifer Ouellette – When Science Meets Fiction and Forensic Astronomer Cracks the Case of Historic Meteor Procession
- Evelyn Lamb – How Should We Write about Statistics in Public?
- Krystal D’Costa – Confession: I’m Not Such a Reluctant e-Reader Adopter (Anymore)
- David Bressan – Men among prediluvian Beasts
- Brian Malow – Please Allow Me to Introduce Myself
- Anne-Marie Hodge – Laikipia Plateau: mesopredators in Kenya
- Malcolm Clark – Previous research in the Kermadec Trench
- Alan Jamieson – Kermadec Trench: Scuttling your Assets
- Melissa C. Lott – Nanoparticle Leads to World Record for Battery Storage
- David Wogan – Designing a climate resilient New York City
- Joanne Manaster – Remembering Challenger Astronaut Ronald McNair
- Melody – To the New Generation
- Psi Wavefunction – Centrohelids: creatures of the sun
- Bora Zivkovic – Welcome But Seriously… – the newest blog at #SciAmBlogs
- Mark Fischetti – What is Consciousness? Go to the Video!
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