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#SciAmBlogs Friday - Creation, daguerreotype, synthetic meat and more...

Have a great weekend!- Melissa C. Lott - Solyndra: Soft Markets and Chinese Subsidies - Clay Farris Naff - A Secular Case for Intentional Creation - Stephanie Zvan - A New Creation Story - Mary Karmelek - From Patents to Poetry: A Breakdown of Scientific American’s Very First Issue - Alex Wild - Daguerre’s Daguerreotype - Christine Ottery - Synthetic meat for thought - Christie Wilcox - The Joke Isn’t Funny – It’s Harmful - Katherine Harmon - Use of Avastin for Breast Cancer Nixed by FDA - Jason G...

STAFFNovember 18, 2011 — Bora Zivkovic

#SciAmBlogs Thursday - sponges, cell shape, extremes of synthetic biology, and doing the right thing.

Another amazing day on the network. I hope you liked our little two-day series on #SciAmFriends - I will try to put together a full compilation for you tomorrow.- Eric Michael Johnson - Social Networks Matter: Friends Increase the Size of Your Brain - Jennifer Rohn - What the alien auto aficionados can teach us about cell shape - Jessica Morrison - Science on a Mission: Engineering a Sustainable Future for Haitians without Homes - John R...

STAFFNovember 18, 2011 — Bora Zivkovic

SfN Neuroblogging: PTSD in twins

We hear a lot about PTSD these days, and with good reason. As more people confront trauma and come away with severely debilitating disorders, it becomes that much more important to understand the mechanism, in order to find ways to treat or prevent it...

November 17, 2011 — Scicurious

You'll Never Watch TV Alone Again

Want to know whether Modern Family or your favorite TV show will be back next season? Check out that program's presence in the social media arena, according to the Social TV Summit held Wednesday in New York City...

November 16, 2011 — Larry Greenemeier

Can Extreme Resilience Be Taught?

You’re struggling up a hill halfway through a ten-mile race. Your breathing is ragged, and your footfalls seem heavy. You lurch toward the water station, grab a cup, and gulp it down.

November 16, 2011 — Sandra Upson

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