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Astrobites: Students Making Astrophysics Accessible

This is a guest post by Nathan Sanders, a PhD student at Harvard University and a writer at Astrobites .–Understanding science is hard. This is true even for well educated and highly motivated readers, like college students earning science degrees.

STAFFJanuary 30, 2013 — Khalil A. Cassimally

#SciAmBlogs Tuesday - Stomach Sieve, killer cats, Andromeda, Wind Turbines, Hands-on Math, #scio13 and more.

ScienceOnline2013 starts tomorrow. It is highly unlikely I will have time and energ to post evening linkfests until next Monday - just keep checking the network regularly for yourselves ;-) - Rob Dunn - The Sieve Hypothesis: Clever Study Suggests an Alternate Explanation for the Function of the Human Stomach  - Hannah Waters - Cats Are Ruthless Killers.

STAFFJanuary 29, 2013 — Bora Zivkovic

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