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#SciAmBlogs Wednesday – Food Waste, Hygiene Hypothesis, Myths about Endangered Species Act, robot-testing dogs, Bohemian Gravity, and more.

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- Perrin Ireland – Dr. Ted Labuza on Slime, Bombs, and Rot and 40 Percent of Food in the US Never Gets Eaten

 

- Buddhini Samarasinghe – Hallmarks of Cancer 1: Self-Sufficiency in Growth Signals

 

- Markus Pössel – Escaping the Confucian trap

 

- Beatrice Lugger – Pauline Tan: Stereovision Maths

 

- Kevin Bonham – Eating Dirt: The Benefits of Being (Relatively) Filthy

 

- Jason G. Goldman – If You Need To Test Your New Robot, Ask A Dog

 

- Katherine Harmon Courage – How Does That Crazy Camouflage Octopus Disappear? [Video]

 

- John R. Platt – The 5 Biggest Myths about the Endangered Species Act

 

- Felicity Muth – How Do Ants Coordinate Moving Huge Objects? and Any Black Bear Experts Out There?

 

- Alex Wild – These are a few of my favorite stings…

 

- David Wogan – On environmentalism and ‘frackademia’

 

- Sean Hannah, Pierre Balthazard, Robert W. Thatcher and David A. Waldman – NeuroLeadership

 

- Kalliopi Monoyios – Turns Out There IS Something New Under the Sun

 

- Joanne Manaster – A Capella Science–Bohemian Gravity

 

- Darren Naish – The Jehol-Wealden International Conference, 2013

 

- DNLee – Share your STEM education and career testimony & help change the equation

 

- Scicurious – Remembering alternatives

 

- Mariette DiChristina – The Smart Approach to Development: Incorporate Science

 

- Dina Fine Maron – Condoms Behind Bars: A Modest Proposal to Cut STIs in Calif. Prisons

 

- Katherine Harmon Courage – New View Into Our Guts Reveals Microbiome’s Murky Links To Health

 

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