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#SciAmBlogs Tuesday - Mythbusters, attractive voice, photo finish, caffeinated amoeba, Ray Harryhausen, DSM-5, and more.

Sorry for missing in action last night - was busy having fun in Toronto...- Kyle Hill - A Decade of Explosions: What ‘Mythbusters’ Taught Me - Susan Swanberg - Solving the Mysteries of the Human Condition Using Genetic Tools - Bob Grumman - M@h*(pOet)?ica–Mathekphrastic Poetry, Part 2 - Scicurious - I heard her loveliness in her voice. - Ilana Yurkiewicz - From classrooms to hospitals: when medicine doesn’t have all the answers - Mary Karmelek - Winning in a Snap: A History of Photo Finishes and Horse Racing - Psi Wavefunction - Coffee interferes with construction efforts… if you’re an amoeba - Scott Barry Kaufman - Turning Adversity into Creative Growth - Scott Huler - Texas vs...

STAFFMay 8, 2013 — Bora Zivkovic

#SciAmBlogs Thursday - D j Vu, Saturn's Hurricane, Elite journals, Scientific Fraud, and more.

- Jody Passanisi and Shara Peters - Research in the Digital Age: It’s More Than Finding Information… - Joel Taylor - Saturn’s Hurricane - Darren Naish - Herring gull eats sea star, and other tales of larid gastronomy - Dana Hunter - The Woman Who Crossed the Cascades and Inspired Batman - Hadas Shema - Elite journals: to hell in a handbasket? - Scott Huler - Even Counting Votes too Scientific for North Carolina - Susana Martinez-Conde and Stephen L...

STAFFMay 2, 2013 — Bora Zivkovic

#SciAmBlogs Tuesday - cockroaches, #scicomm, #TEDMED, #spaceape, petroleum replica, WWW anniversary, and more.

- Craig McClain - Where There’s Heat, There Are Cockroaches - Donald Boesch - Science communication both an opportunity and an obligation. - Judy Stone - From Tel Aviv to Boston Bombings: Connections at TEDMED - Darren Naish - The confusing diplospondylous tupilakosaurids - Christina Agapakis - Petroleum Replicas - Kelly Oakes - Happy 20th Birthday to the free, open web! - Khalil A...

STAFFApril 30, 2013 — Bora Zivkovic

#SciAmBlogs Monday - whale culture, Caffeine MLD50, genetically modified human, smartglasses, Boston fear, and more.

See the latest Image of the Week.- Kyle Hill - How Many People Could You Kill With All the Caffeine Consumed on Friends? - Kevin Bonham - Boston Lockdown – Fear, Uncertainty and Bias - Cheryl Knepper - Addiction Interaction, Relapse and Recovery - Christina Agapakis - “What if I told you I was a genetically modified human?” - Julie Hecht - Are Dogs Funnier than Cats? - Felicity Muth - Animal culture: insights from whales - Janet D...

STAFFApril 29, 2013 — Bora Zivkovic

#SciAmBlogs Wednesday - infrared cameras, intelligent infrastructure, gumball science, toilet tech, 1903 British lynx, and more.

Check out the newest Video of the Week!- Kyle Hill - Could the Boston Bomber Have Fled From Infrared? - Alan Woodward - Unexpected Risks Of Intelligent Infrastructure - Jenna Finwall Ryan - Gumball Science - Joanne Manaster - India is Drowning in its Own Excreta-Can Science and Engineering Come to the Rescue? - John R...

STAFFApril 24, 2013 — Bora Zivkovic

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