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#SciAmBlogs Thursday - Testing Kids DNA, medical apps, Einstein Writings, 3-D Printed Octopus Suckers, Stormwater, ENCODE, and more.

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- Ricki Lewis - New Guidelines on Testing Kids’ DNA – the Cliff’s Notes Version

 

- Carly Goldstein - There’s an App for That: Policy and Technological Advances in the Prevention of Cardiovascular Disease

 

- Ashutosh Jogalekar - ENCODE, Apple Maps and function: Why definitions matter and Physics Nobel Prizes and second acts

 

- John R. Platt - 4 Extinct Species That People Still Hope to Rediscover

 

- Jennifer Frazer - The Colossal Squid is Still At Large, and Other Thoughts on the Giant Squid’s Deep Sea Film Debut

 

- Tilman Sauer - Newly Published Einstein Writings Show the Prehistory of His Debates with Niels Bohr

 

- Katherine Harmon - 3-D Printed Octopus Suckers Help Robots Stick

 

- Scott Huler - Stormwater Film Festival

 

- Bora Zivkovic - Introducing: Nicholas St. Fleur

 

- Alex Wild - Most zombie ant photographs are upside down

 

- Darren Naish - Karl Shuker’s The Encyclopaedia of New and Rediscovered Animals

 

- Gary Stix - Map of Brain’s Speech Centers May Help ‘Locked-In’ Patients Talk

 

- Jason G. Goldman - Science on Screen in LA Tomorrow: Bestiaire followed by Q&A

 

- Kate Clancy - The Biological Anthropology Field Experiences Web Survey: Now Live

 

- Eric R. Olson - The Countdown, Episode 16 – Supernova Space Rays, Liquid Lunar Mystery, Red Dwarf Exoplanets, Name Pluto’s Moons, Meteor Attack from Space

 

- Michael Moyer - Millionaire Plans Manned Mission to Mars in 2018

 

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