Image of the Week #52, July 24th, 2012: From: ScienceArt Conference Hopping by Kalliopi Monoyios at Symbiartic . Source: David C.
Image of the Week #51, July 17th, 2012:
From: The Urban Scientist presents Dispatches from Tanzania #DispatchesDNLee and #DispatchesDNLee: Postcards from Tanzania by DNLee at The Urban Scientist ...
Image of the Week #50, July 9th, 2012:
From: Terrestrial hermit crabs only smell their favourite snacks when water is around by Lucas Brouwers at Thoughtomics ...
Image of the Week #49, July 3rd, 2012:
From: Art Asks, Should We Be More Sympathetic Towards Addicts?
Image of the Week #48, June 26th, 2012:
From: Pyura chilensis: the closest thing to getting blood from a stone by Becky Crew at Running Ponies ...
Image of the Week #47, June 18th, 2012:
From: Holy Sacred Cow! Why Reactions to the Exercise and Depression Trial Go to the Heart of Scientific Controversy by Hilda Bastian at the Guest Blog Source: Begging hopefully for less bias by Hilda Bastian Hilda Bastian is a science writer and cartoonist...
Image of the Week #46, June 11th, 2012:
From: Prelude to a Catastrophe: One of the Most Active and Most Explosive Volcanoes in the Cascade Range by Dana Hunter at Rosetta Stones ...
Image of the Week #45, June 5th, 2012:
From: The Overlooked Joy of the Christmas Tree Worm by Jennifer Frazer at The Artful Amoeba ...
Image of the Week #44, May 29th, 2012:
From: Incredible Hulk Anatomy by Glendon Mellow at Symbiartic .
Image of the Week #43, May 21th, 2012: From: Out of the Mouths of Babes by Eric Michael Johnson at Primate Diaries Source: Nathaniel Gold Sometimes the best response to a viral image is satire or a mash-up...
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