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#SciAmBlogs Wednesday T. Rex s roar, chemophobia, Margaret Thatcher Illusion, transparent brain, and more.

Today we have a new Video of the Week. Check it out.

- Kyle Hill - The Animals Hiding in a T. Rex’s Roar

 

- Dorea Reeser - Natural vs Synthetic Chemicals is a Gray Matter

 

- Gary Stix - Blockheads No More: New Technology Creates the See-Through Brain and New Study: Neuroscience Research Gets an “F” for Reliability

 

- Susana Martinez-Conde and Stephen L. Macknik - Illusion of the Week: The Margaret Thatcher Illusion – A Retrospective and Fat Tuesday: Caloric restriction’s days are numbered

 

- Pete Monfre - Exploration Nation: Day Two – April 5

 

- Robynne Boyd - My computer recharged because I wrote this blog…

 

- John R. Platt - The 6 Most Endangered Feline Species

 

- Cassie Rodenberg - Roland: Children’s Group Home to Drugs to Jail … Now What?

 

- Joanne Manaster - Adventures on the Alimentary Canal with Mary Roach

 

- Katie McKissick - The Pros and Cons of Putting Happy Faces on Molecules

 

- Katherine Harmon - Female Octopus Arms Reach Farther, Robot Research Group Finds [Video]

 

- Evelyn Lamb - Wear Your Geeky Heart on Your Sleeve, Literally

 

- John Horgan - Two More Reasons Why Big Brain Projects Are Premature

 

- Scicurious - Salt: From delicious to disgusting!

 

- Mariette DiChristina - Report: Digital Divide Remains Challenging for Countries to Bridge

 

- John Matson - More Belt-Tightening in Store for NASA as STEM Education Programs Face Consolidation

 

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