- Laura Jane Martin - The Higgs Boson and my mom - Gary Stix - Higgsteria: We Didn’t Need No U.S. Super Collider - Rose Eveleth - You wanted to know: who are these scientists?
#SciAmBlogs Thursday - happy birthday to #SciAmBlogs, also: brain imaging, Higgs, hermit crabs, Finn McCool, and more.
Yes, today is the first birthday of the #SciAmBlogs network! What a great year it was! Many bloggers have asked today who you, the readers, are. Please tell them a little bit about yourselves in the comments on their posts:- Scicurious - Who are you?...
The Scientific American Blog Network launched on July 5th, 2011. Yes, exactly one year ago! So, Happy Birthday to us! Yeay!You have probably seen the bloggers, all day long today, posting calls for readers to de-lurk and introduce themselves...
#SciAmBlogs Wednesday - golden beetle, environmental fireworks, toxoplasma and suicide, most abundant flowers, Higgs boson, and more.
Wednesday! Time for the new Video of the Week - check it out!- Becky Crew - Glad you ditched the anal fork, Golden Tortoise Beetle - Christie Wilcox - Toxoplasma’s Dark Side: The Link Between Parasite and Suicide - Jennifer Frazer - Proteas: The Most Beautiful and Abundant Flowers You’ve Probably Never Heard Of - R...
#SciAmBlogs Tuesday - citizen science, new source of stem cells, real reptile evolution, Lindau Nobel Meeting, and more.
A day late, still catching up, but here is the brand new Image of the Week.- Caren Cooper - Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Data - Ricki Lewis - Amniotic Fluid + Valproic Acid = New Source of Human Stem Cells - Darren Naish - Why the world has to ignore ReptileEvolution.com - Khalil A...
#SciAmBlogs Monday - obesity drugs, stress and depression, Tunguska Event, health care reform, Prometheus, Wollemi pine, Higgs and more.
- Judy Stone - A Glut of Obesity Drugs? - Scicurious - Stress and Depression and…Neuritin? - David Bressan - June 30, 1908: The Tunguska Event - Ilana Yurkiewicz - Thinking through health care reform: a compilation of diverse perspectives - Scott Huler - Get Used to It - Robynne Boyd - Heat Waves and Water Use Go Hand-in-Hand - Ferris Jabr - A Contemplation of Chattering Minds - Daniel Grushkin and Wythe Marschall - The Life Engineers: Prometheus asks, is a culture as stupid as ours ready to create new life? - Jennifer Frazer - The Lost Valley of the Wollemi Pine - Christie Wilcox - Social Media for Scientists Part 6: The Wiki - Krystal D'Costa - Talking With Our Hands: The Significance of Gestures - George Musser - What Is the Higgs Boson?...
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...
#SciAmBlogs Friday - guide to conferences, chimp infanticide, psychopathy, exoplanets, picky eaters, and more.
Back from travel, so catching up, with some delay, on posting the new Video of the Week.- James Fallon - Taming the Psychopath Within - Pete Etchells - The PhD’s guide to academic conferences - Jason G...
#SciAmBlogs Thursday - Health Care Reform, hacking drones, anteaters, disliking equations, and more.
- Geoffrey Cowley - Can Obama Sell the Nation on Health Care Reform? - Jody Passanisi and Shara Peters - Teachers and Administrators, Don’t Be Scared of Technology: It Won’t Replace the Classroom - Dana Hunter - Intermission: Sunset Crater - Maria Konnikova - Room for magic: A conversation with Lyndsay Faye - Evelyn Lamb - Scientists—They’re Just Like Us!...
#SciAmBlogs Wednesday - EvoPsych, elephant poachers, stigmatizing illness and addiction, Creative Commons, early human diet, and more.
- Becky Crew - A cat that can never be tamed - Scott Barry Kaufman - Is General Intelligence Compatible with Evolutionary Psychology? - Sarah Hill - Lipstick, the Recession and Evolutionary Psychology - Janet D...
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