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- Lawrence Rifkin – Amoxicillin–Humdrum? Or Miraculous?

 

- Jason G. Goldman – Eight Things You Didn’t Know About Groundhogs and Six Things You Didn’t Know About Ravens, Superbowl Edition

 

- Melody Dye – Yet Another Harrowing Story of White Collar Addiction

 

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- Ashutosh Jogalekar – Is the age of scientific genius over?

 

- John Horgan – Is Scientific Materialism “Almost Certainly False”? and The End of Science Bandwagon Is Getting Crowded

 

- John R. Platt – New Zealand Farmer Helps Save Rare Penguin from Extinction and Yaks Are Returning to Tibet, but Does Climate Change Pose Further Risks?

 

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- David Bressan – Geomorphologic Groundhog Day

 

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- Katie Worth – Step into the Twilight Zone: Day 1

 

- Malcolm Clark – Kermadec Trench: The Cosmopolitan Rattail and Kermadec Trench: Like pieces of a jigsaw puzzle…

 

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- S.E. Gould – The Carnival of Evolution: World Travel Edition!

 

- Dana Hunter – A Survivor’s Tale: “Half the mountain exploding over our heads”

 

- Cassie Rodenberg – Speedballing: Why Crack Cocaine and Heroin are Mixed

 

- Anna Kuchment – Students with Autism Gravitate Toward STEM Majors

 

- DNLee – #Scio13 Diversity Session: North Carolina offers support to LGBT students and Black Family Awareness Week celebrates STEM achievement and interests during Black History Month

 

- Scicurious – Scicurious Guest Writer! Sleight of Hand, Sleight of Mind: Illusions, Delusions and the Immune System and Friday Weird Science: Sperm trading and Scio13 WrapUp: Blogging for the Long Haul

 

- Kate Clancy – Diversity in Science Carnival: Identity Edition

 

- Khalil A. Cassimally – Astrobites: Students Making Astrophysics Accessible and Khalil’s Picks (1 February 2013)

 

- Glendon Mellow – SciArt at ScienceOnline 2013 – the Digital Gallery and Want to find more artists, ScienceOnline?

 

- Kalliopi Monoyios – One Man’s Poo is Another Man’s PhD

 

- Melissa C. Lott – Fuel Cell Vehicles Coming Off the Bench? Maybe. Maybe Not. and Aiming High – Secretary Chu Leaving Energy Department

 

- David Wogan – Housekeeping note on comments

 

- Kelly Oakes – What Voyager saw: a journey in photographs #scio13

 

- Jennifer Ouellette – Quantum Shorts: Winners of the 2012 Competition

 

- Carin Bondar – Wild Sex Season 2 Starts off with a Bang (Pun Intended)… and Welcome to SciAm Cinema! A New Monthly Video Series at Scientific American

 

- Joanne Manaster – Cyberscreen Film Festival Winners (in Brief) and Acoustically Levitating Caprese Salad

 

- Bora Zivkovic – Best of January at A Blog Around The Clock

 

- Larry Greenemeier – Scientists Use 3-D Printer to Speed Human Embryonic Stem Cell Research

 

- Michael Moyer – Watch this Amazing 12-Year-Old Launch a Hello Kitty into Space

 

- Mariette DiChristina – President Obama Awards National Medals of Science and Technology at the White House

 

- David Biello – What Will Steven Chu’s Energy Legacy Be?

 

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