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#SciAmBlogs Wednesday – surviving climate catastrophe, HIV vaccine, pipetting Twitter instruction, and more.

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Today we launched a new blog on the network – check out Absolutely Maybe.

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- Zev Brook – How to Survive a Climate Catastrophe


- DNLee – The Micropipette: Confronting Postdoc Anxieties & Slaying dragons


- Jill Roughan – Scicurious Guest Writer! Putting your best B cell forward: a novel HIV vaccine design approach


- Brian Malow – Insect Paparazzi: Eye of the Dragon


- Hilda Bastian – Absolutely Maybe: A blog that’s probably about evidence and uncertainties


- Bora Zivkovic – Welcome Absolutely Maybe – the newest blog at #SciAmBlogs


- David Wogan – U.S. moves more oil out of North Dakota by rail than the Trans-Alaskan pipeline


- Kyle Hill – Name This Blog, Win Science Stuff!


- Ingrid Wickelgren – Benefits of Online Attraction: The Movie


- Katie McKissick – More Science for the Children


- Bryan Bumgardner – Bizarre New “Texas Longhorn” Dinosaur Bolsters Controversial Theory of Dino Diversity


- Arielle Duhaime-Ross – Anatomy of One of Canada’s Worst—and Most Costly—Natural Disasters



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