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Fat Tuesday: Facial Restoration It's been 10 weeks since my gastric bypass and my body has been on a rollercoaster ride of changes.

May 7, 2013 — Stephen L. Macknik

SEO Writing And How It s Changing Science Writing Online

As more and more science writing is done specifically for the web, the way science writers pen their stories is subtly and not-so-subtly changing. Writers are becoming increasingly conscious of search engine optimisation (SEO) and social media optimisation (SMO) for instance...

STAFFMay 7, 2013 — Khalil A. Cassimally

Best of the Blogs Video - May 2013

You will never guess what people in China are doing to their dogs...This month, the Scientific American network became a lot larger with the addition of the Scientific American MIND blogs...

May 7, 2013 — Carin Bondar

Cowboys, Dinosaurs & Evolution - A tribute to Ray Harryhausen

" The Valley of Gwangi "* (1969) is considered one of the most notable prehistoric-monster-movies of all times - this fame is based on the unusual story (adapted from a script by special effects pioneer Willis "King-Kong" O'Brien ) but more so on the stunning creature effects featured in the movie and produced by special effects legend Ray Harryhausen - who passed away today aged 92.The movie combines the western-genre with the classic monster-movie of the sixties and seventies - however the movie was released at the end of the golden age of monster-movies and the public had almost lost interest in this genre...

May 7, 2013 — David Bressan

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