#SciAmBlogs Friday - patients' stories, Sandy aftermath, memory switch, gifted minorities, and more.
- Shara Yurkiewicz - When patient stories leave the hospital room
- John Horgan - Does Sandy Mean We Should Have Fewer Nukes, or More?
- Gary Stix - Remember It Well: A New Type of On-Switch for Memory
- Frank C. Worrell, Paula Olszewski-Kubilius and Rena F. Subotnik - Where Are The Gifted Minorities?
- Ingrid Wickelgren - Sandy Rips Through My Street
- Bora Zivkovic - Bora’s Picks (November 2nd, 2012)
- DNLee - Had enough Halloween treats? Sell that candy and donate the money to donors choose
- Christine Gorman - Disaster Response: A New Yorker Reflects on Sandy and Election: Romney and Obama Tied on Vaccines
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#SciAmBlogs Thursday - talking elephant, tree-loving tarantulas, Bellevue evacuation, flightless bats, DonorsChoose, and more.
- By Bora Zivkovic on November 1, 2012
#SciAmBlogs Monday - Spade-toothed whale, unnatural selection, Death with Dignity, pigeon milk, Washoe, Sandy, and more.
- By Bora Zivkovic on November 5, 2012