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- Elizabeth L. Cohen – TV So Good It Hurts: The Psychology of Watching Breaking Bad

 

- Olaf Woldan – Biology in the Big Apple: Surveying the Wildlife of Central Park

 

- Alexandra Branscombe – Crowdfunding: What’s in It for Scientists?

 

- Markus Pössel – A trip down read-only memory lane with William Kahan

 

- Beatrice Lugger – Balance – How to develop a research career and a growing family?

 

- Julianne Wyrick – Is your nose making you overeat?

 

- Patrick Mustain – The Marketing Diet: Want to lose weight? Give up Marketing.

 

- Christina Agapakis – DNA stories

 

- Scicurious – Practice Spinning, Tiny Dancer

 

- George Musser – When the Large Hadron Collider Is Too Small

 

- Evelyn Lamb – Can a Closed Set Be Open? Can an Open Set Be Closed? When Math and Language Collide

 

- Krystal D’Costa – A match meant to be? Social media and sports

 

- Princess Ojiaku – What makes music pleasurable?

 

- Jennifer Frazer – The Private Life of Plankton — in HD

 

- Dana Hunter – A Volcano Changes Everything

 

- Julie Hecht – A New Flock of Researchers: Citizen Scientists in Animal Behavior and Dog-Eared Reading (Volume 1)

 

- David Bressan – Granite Wars – Episode I: Fire & Water

 

- Cassie Rodenberg – Drugs in the Dirt: Hygiene for the Street Drug User and Following Love, or the Rise of Painkillers and Delusions of Power

 

- Katherine Harmon Courage – No Shots for the Octopus, Its Immune System Doesn’t Remember

 

- Kate Clancy – Numbness, Vulnerability, Oppression, Privilege on the Tenure Track

 

- Janet D. Stemwedel – What do we owe you, and who’s “we” anyway? Obligations of scientists (part 1)

 

- David Wogan – Treating climate change like any other budget issue

 

- Kalliopi Monoyios – How Fossil Fish Make Front-Page News and Putting the Illustrations Before the Text

 

- Katie McKissick – Electrons are Frustrating

 

- Ashutosh Jogalekar – In surprise advance announcement, 2013 Nobel Prize in physics awarded to Higgs boson

 

- Jason G. Goldman – Photoblogging: Seagull in Flight

 

- Susana Martinez-Conde and Stephen L. Macknik – Sight and Sound: An Evening with John Williams and Steven Spielberg

 

- Jennifer Ouellette – Physics Week in Review: September 28, 2013

 

- Kyle Hill – Nerds and Words: Week 39

 

- Seth Fletcher – Will We Accept Eye-Tracking Gadgets?

 

- Katherine Harmon Courage – Health-Insurance Exchanges Open Tomorrow: Here’s What You Need to Know

 

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