- Scott Huler - NC Makes Sea Level Rise Illegal - Dana Hunter - Dedication: The Geologists Who Died at Mount St. Helens - Judy Stone - Anthrax vaccine – To the victor, the spoils - Christie Wilcox - The Nose Knows: Telling Age Based On Scent - Janet D.
Yesterday was still a holiday here in the U.S., so we chose the new Image of the Week today - enjoy! - Bora Zivkovic - Clocks, metabolism, evolution – toward an integrative chronobiology - Jennifer Ouellette - Taster’s Choice: Why I Hate Raw Tomatoes and You Don’t - John Villasenor - Researchers Discover Hacker-Ready Computer Chips - Edward Fischer - USC Dornsife Scientific Diving: Remaking What We’ve Lost – A Look At Artificial Reefs - Melissa C.
The biannual meeting of the Society for Research on Biological Rhythms happened last week. Unfortunately, I could not attend, so will have to wait another two years for the next opportunity.I am not sure how this stuff happens, but there was a flurry of new papers in the circadian field just preceding the event.
Here are my Science Seeker Editor's Selections for the past week:When do so-called "killer bees" stop killing? At "The Beast, The Bard, and The Bot," learn about when africanized honey bees turn nice.At the Scientific American Observations blog, Michael Moyer asks the Facebook IPO question we're all thinking: What Will Make Eduardo Saverin Happier: U.S.
Image courtesy of iStockphoto/guter City dwellers are thought to be, on average, healthier than their rural counterparts. This so-called urban health advantage is usually attributed to better access to health care and improved overall infrastructure, such as clean water, safety and education.But many of the globe's cities are already bursting and actually offer a far worse quality of life to those on the lower end of the income spectrum, whose plights can get overshadowed in large-scale statistics.
- Scicurious - Stress and antidepressants: by their powers combined - S.E. Gould - The Bacteria that Commit Honourable Suicide - Adam Smith - Geek Like Me: The Experiment of a Junior Science Journalist - Santiago Fernandez-Barrera - USC Dornsife Scientific Diving: Diving into Apra Harbor’s Western Shoals and CB Junkyard - Joanne Manaster - Monkeys!
It is now expected by the science blogosphere that I post the full updated listing of all the submissions every Monday morning. This serves as a reminder for bloggers to submit their (and other people’s) posts, and to some extent prevents duplicate entries.