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#SciAmBlogs Monday - Singing Snails, iceberg science, origin of mitochondria, nanosponges, and more.
Welcome back - I hope you had a great weekend.Perhaps you have noticed we have a new co-blogger on The SA Incubator blog - Khalil Cassimally, the community manager of the Nature Education 's Scitable network...
According to researchers at Rice University, a sponge made of pure carbon nanotubes with a dash of boron has been developed that can absorb up to 100 times its weight in oil.
According to ancient Hawaiian legend, the snails here sing in the trees at night. There are over 30 traditional Hawaiian songs and chants that mention tree snails.
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...
Greetings from Drilling Vessel (D/V) Chikyu, currently maintaining position about 220 km east of Sendai, directly over the Japan Trench and above the fault area of the March 11, 2011 Mw9.0 earthquake...
Rare reptiles known as tuatara (the last two species of the order Sphenodontia ) survived the age of the dinosaurs, but the age of man has given them a bit more trouble.
Have a great weekend!- Danica Radovanovic - Phatic Posts: Even the Small Talk Can Be Big - Amr Abouelleil - The Future of Epidemiology: Next-Gen Sequencing - Wayne Maddison - Spiders in Borneo: Trees that grow from sky to ground - Khalil A...
In the process of putting together an actual post about the value of water resources, I found these hilarious videos from the Wasting Water Is Weird campaign.
#SciAmBlogs Thursday - Meliodosis, drones, chickens, Ulysses, dark matter, nodding disease, #TEDMED and more.
A day late, but still here - new Video of the Week for your enjoyment.- Claire Cusick - Scientist in the Kitchen: Jen Yu, Photographer, Blogger, Scientist, Cook - Ellen Crocker - Serendipity and science: 30 minutes with Dr...
Note: Before we join the new group of students training for the 2012 Micronesia Expedition we will catch up with several of the USC scientific divers and see what they have been working on over the past year...
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