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#SciAmBlogs Wednesday – GMO potato, cooperative genes, shark tourism, itsy bitsy spiders, magpie family, and more.

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- Tiffany Stecker – You say potato, I say double stranded RNA

 

- Jag Bhalla – Selfish Genes Also Must Cooperate

 

- Psi Wavefunction – Squatters of the microbial world: foram-in-a-foram

 

- Brenna Schneider – An interconnected environment and economy- Shark tourism in Palau

 

- Becky Crew – Two new species of Chinese spider are positively weeny

 

- Christina Agapakis – Creation and Synthetic Biology: Book Review

 

- David Wogan – In Texas electrical grid, natural gas and renewables complement each other

 

- Khalil A. Cassimally – 3 Essential Qualities Up-and-coming Science Writers Should Develop

 

- Darren Naish – My local magpie family: four weeks of observation, 265 photos, and how good are the results?

 

- DNLee – #DispatchesDNLee: Mystery scat producer identified – African Civet

 

- Scicurious – Obesity and OCD: 1 + 1 = 0

 

- Mark Fischetti – New York City Could Look Like New Orleans, Due to Flood Protection

 

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