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#SciAmBlogs Tuesday – Heidelberg Laureate Forum, science “wine snobs”, infested female crickets, tearless onion, socialist iPhone, funny citations, and more.

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- Pete Monfre and Maggie Bencivenga – The Sea Change in Science Education: Corporate Stakeholders Step Up.


- Dana Mackenzie – A Warrior for the Blind


- Beatrice Lugger – Calistus N. Ngonghala: Break the Vicious Cycles of Poverty and Disease


- Scicurious – IgNobels 2013: The Tearless Onion


- Felicity Muth – Infested female crickets are less choosy in who they have sex with


- See Arr Oh – Science “Wine Snobs”


- Scott Huler – A socialist iPhone?


- Bonnie Swoger – A few funny* things about citations


- Katie McKissick – Unique Art Pendants


- Jason G. Goldman – High-Flying Frog Was Not The First Amphibian To Reach For Outer Space


- DNLee – Applications open for undergrad mentoring & travel awards to attend the Joint Aquatic Sciences Meeting May 2014


- The Editors – A New Scientific American eBook, Understanding Addiction, Examines the Multifaceted Issue of Substance Abuse



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