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Updates on the blog network and news from the science blogosphere.

#SciAmBlogs Wednesday - infrared cameras, intelligent infrastructure, gumball science, toilet tech, 1903 British lynx, and more.

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- Kate Wong - Is Australopithecus sediba the Most Important Human Ancestor Discovery Ever?

 

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