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#SciAmBlogs Thursday - Fungal Meningitis, Science of Swords, Good Cholesterol, Gay Penguins, Bjork Geology, Canine Scientists, and more.


We have a new Video Of The Week today. Also, I cannot guarantee I will post the evening linkfest tomorrow or will have to wait till Saturday instead.

- Judy Stone - Elections Have Consequences: Fungal Meningitis and Compounding Pharmacies


- Charles Q. Choi - The Science of Swords: The Sound of Approaching Doom


- Ilana Yurkiewicz - Modern medical terms are still named after Nazi doctors. Can we change it?


- Dana Hunter - The Cataclysm: “A Sudden Exposure of Volatile Material”


- Norman C.W. Wong - How to make ‘Good Cholesterol’ work to reverse heart disease.


- John R. Platt - Controversial Toronto Zoo Penguins Not Gay after All?


- Christie Wilcox - Advice for grad students: own it.


- Glendon Mellow - Children Exploding Out of Stars


- Darren Naish - Hammer-toothed skink SMASH!


- Ferris Jabr - Geology Porn: The Science and Art of Bjork’s “Mutual Core” Music Video


- Joanne Manaster - OTC HIV Testing Kit Hits Shelves in the US and Hard Science is Going to the Dogs


- Katherine Harmon - Print It: 3-D Bio-Printing Makes Better Regenerative Implants and Parasitic Worm Eggs Ease Intestinal Ills by Changing Gut Macrobiota


- Kate Wong - Human Ancestors Made Deadly Stone-Tipped Spears 500,000 Years Ago


- Eric R. Olson - The Countdown, Episode 9 – The Real Planet Krypton, Sandy by Satellite, Smartphone Tricorder, Printing Rockets, Habitable Super-Earth?



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