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#SciAmBlogs Tuesday – Iron Man exoskeleton, octopuss farming, #Dysonfest, Piping Plovers, Hospital-Based Infections, and more.


- E. Paul Zehr - The exoskeletons are here! Inventing Iron Man Update 3.0


- John Cook - Saxophone quartets and probability


- Julie Rehmeyer - Making computers smarter, and helping deaf people too


- Michelle Cain - Arctic Methane: The ups and downs of sitting in the hot seat


- Scicurious - IgNobels 2013: Is your cow going to lie down soon?


- Dana Hunter - Tuesday Tune: “Breaking Up Is Hard To Do”


- Darren Naish - Teenage Mutant Ninja Temnospondyls


- Cassie Rodenberg - Romantic Comedy Goes Like This


- Katherine Harmon Courage - First Octopus Farms Get Growing


- Robynne Boyd - Teach the Children Well…About Water


- Ashutosh Jogalekar - #Dysonfest: Celebrating Freeman Dyson’s 90th birthday


- Katie McKissick - Artologica, Microbial Watercolors


- Judy Stone - Requiem for a Hospital


- Ingrid Wickelgren - Paralyzed Woman Walks Again, with the Aid of a Robot


- John R. Platt - Piping Plovers in Migration: Foraging for Their Lives


- Jesse Bering - Of Cultures Destroyed by Western Sexual Exploitation and Violent Religious Prudery


- Jennifer Frazer - Unexpected Award Phone Call: A Good Way to Start Your Day


- Dina Fine Maron - Hospital-Based Infections Could Be Moving to Doctor’s Offices


- Clara Moskowitz - Why Friction Is a Drag: New Findings


- David Biello - What You Need to Know about the Forthcoming Climate Change Report



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