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#SciAmBlogs Thursday – Valentine’s Day, Whale Sharks, Simian Space Race, Quantum Entanglement, Science News in Black Media, and more.

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With a slight delay compared to the usual scheduling, today we present both Image of the Week and Video of the Week.

- Rebecca Guenard – My Sweaty Valentine


- Joel Taylor – Chocolat Anyone!


- Maria Konnikova – Valentine’s Day on the planet of the Little Prince


- Krystal D’Costa – Decoding the Art of Flirtation


- Evelyn Lamb – Romance, Continued Fractions, and You


- Kalliopi Monoyios – How to Mend a Broken Heart


- Ashutosh Jogalekar – Anxiety drug makes fish bolder and more asocial


- Eric Michael Johnson – Macaque and Dagger in the Simian Space Race


- John R. Platt – Whale Sharks in the News: Citizen Science, Migration Revelations and High Fashion


- George Musser – How to Build Your Own Quantum Entanglement Experiment, Part 2 (of 2)


- Scott McNally – Burning Buried Sunshine


- Dana Hunter – Interlude: What Vehicles Say About Temperatures Within a Volcanic Blast


- DNLee – Improving Science News in the Black Media: Lessons learned from my Ebony Magazine Twitter encounter


- Ingrid Wickelgren – Learn to Live in the Now [Video]


- Helene Brazier-Mitouart – Free Kits Help 10-Year-Olds See Their DNA


- Christie Wilcox – “A ship is safe in harbor, but that’s not what ships are for.”


- Larry Greenemeier – FDA Approves First Retinal Implant



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