Today, the new edition of Scientific American magazine was unveiled. As is usual for the September issue, there is a topic - this year, the topic is Cities. The articles, as well as many more Web-only features, are being unrolled on our site. And this includes contributions by our bloggers. So, here are the Cities-related blog posts so far:

- Carin Bondar - Lilium urbanus: The perfect kickoff to Cities Week


- Scicurious - City Living and your Mental Health: Is city living driving you crazy?


- Tim De Chant - Hunter-gatherers show human populations are hardwired for density


- Bora Zivkovic - Books: 'On The Grid' by Scott Huler and The Science Of Driving And Traffic – the importance of breaking the rules


- Scott Huler - Awake in the City



And, now to the blog posts that are about other topics:


- Bora Zivkovic - Introducing #SciAmBlogs bloggers: Jennifer Ouellette


- Jason G. Goldman - Editor’s Selections: Trauma, Vampires, and Cognitive Decline


- John R. Platt - Should Rwanda Relocate Humans to Make Room for Chimpanzees?


- Charles Q. Choi - Too Hard for Science? Detecting Earth-like Worlds around White Dwarfs


- Kate Clancy - Non-science students in a science class


- Alex Wild - Google’s Reverse Image Search


- Jennifer Frazer - Cow-like Mealybug Home to Sexy Symbiotic Machine


- John Matson - 70,000 Students Flock to Free Online Course in Artificial Intelligence


- Katherine Harmon - Breastfeeding Reduces Risk of Hard-to-treat Breast Cancer Among African-American Women


- Taylor Burns - Pseudoscience and the London riots: Folk psychology run amok




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