I know, you have been very patient, waiting for this day. And it has finally arrived - we are ready to announce the 50 essays and 1 poem that will be published in the sixth annual anthology of the best science writing online.If you are new to this, here is the history and background of the project...
I am very happy to introduce the newest addition to the Scientific American blog network - Literally Psyched, written by Maria Konnikova (Twitter).Maria is working on her PhD in Psychology at Columbia University, where she studies self-control and decision making...
#SciAmBlogs Friday - time capsule, hot peppers, exoplanets, scientific bartending, pink microscopes, and more.
NOTE: I will be officially on vacation next week. How much I will be capable of keeping myself away from the online world, including the blog network, remains to be seen.I will have a number of posts scheduled in advance (on the Guest Blog, SA Incubator, Network Central and A Blog Around The Clock) and will set up the Image of the Week and Video of the Week in advance, but am unlikely to do these evening link-fests next week, or post all the links to all the posts on Twitter, Facebook and G+...
- Jason G. Goldman - Marie Curie, Theater, and Science Communication: An Interview with Alan Alda - Sandra Upson - How a Computer Game is Reinventing the Science of Expertise [Video] - Carin Bondar - Some Serious Video Productions in the #SciFund Challenge - Jesse Bering - An Invitation to Impropriety: How Can I Help You?...
Wednesday - time for the new Video of the Week - it is awesome!And bloggers brought out the heavy artillery today - awesome post after awesome post!- Krystal D'Costa - What Time Does The Cock Crow?...
It seems today was a day for a lot of blogging by our staff! Check it all out!- Larry Greenemeier - Sounds of the Deep: Scientific American Launches Citizen Science Project to ID Whale Calls and Could Chevy Volt Lithium-Ion Battery Fires Burn Out Interest in EVs and Hybrids? - Michael J...
The Last Word On Nothing is an exciting new group blog, gathering wonderful and quirky writing by a large and growing crew of science writers.
Welcome back - I hope you had a great weekend. As usual on Mondays, we have a new Image of the Week for you - check it out.And the bloggers have come out in full force after the holidays:- Kelly Oakes - Why the Higgs Boson Matters - Amy Shira Teitel - Sky Crane – how to land Curiosity on the surface of Mars - Krystal D'Costa - Oracles Past and Present: Our Means of Managing Information - David Bressan - Glaciers from Mars - Jennifer Frazer - Shimmying Sheet Animal Senses Oxygen With Enzymes That Still Work in You - Scicurious - Book Review: Mushroom - Darren Naish - Gerhard Maier’s African Dinosaurs Unearthed: the Tendaguru Expeditions - Bora Zivkovic - Books: ‘Reinventing Discovery: The New Era of Networked Science’ by Michael Nielsen and Making it in the new media ecosystem, at ScienceOnline2012 - Janet D...
Perhaps most of the bloggers are still in the post-Thanksgiving, post-prandial stupor. Or perhaps they went shopping. Have a great weekend!- John Matson - Can a California Start-Up Change the Way We Think about Lightbulbs?...
#SciAmBlogs Thursday - more Thanksgiving science, land-walking octopus explained, Hollywood science and more...
I hope you had a great Thanksgiving!- Darren Naish - Dwarf mountain toads and the ones with the doughnut-headed tadpoles - Christie Wilcox - The Benefits of Thanks - Carolyn Wyman - God Bless Butterball - John Horgan - R.I.P...
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