Irene is coming. Keep an eye on the Scientific American website, including the blogs, for up-to-date reporting. For now, two blog posts:

- Katherine Harmon - Interactive Map of Flood Risks and Hurricane Evacuation Zones Wakes Up NYC Residents


- Alex Wild - Interview: Photographer Jim Reed on Hurricane Irene and Storm Chasing



I am sure there will be more as the hurricane progresses... Now for the rest of the team:

- Scicurious - Friday Weird Science: Too Many Carrots


- David Manly - In the flesh and before your eyes


- Kate Clancy - Palate cleanser


- Eric Michael Johnson - Penis Spines, Pearly Papules, and Pope Benedict’s Balls


- Bora Zivkovic - The Story Collider about The Science of Writing, and #NYCSciTweetup, rolled into one.


- Robynne Boyd - Closing the Gaping Hole in the Nuclear-fuel Cycle


- Jennifer Ouellette - Shiny Things: An Ode to Photonic Crystals


- Maria Konnikova - Lessons from Sherlock Holmes: Cultivate What You Know to Optimize How You Decide


- DNLee - The Birds, The Bees & Beats: Hip Hop Seminar on Sexual Selection


- Robin Lloyd - Timeline Showcases Life of Scientific American Founder for Magazine’s 166th Anniversary


- Jennifer Jacquet - Mislabeled MSC-certified fish




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