Lots of updates and news today.
After sending out yet another reminder for bloggers to add their submissions we closed #openlab for submissions at 9am this morning, so now you can see the entire list of 721 entries here: Open Laboratory 2011 – the complete list of all submitted entries
We have a new website for the upcoming ScienceOnline2012 conference, with lots of updates, so you can catch up in What is: ScienceOnline2012.
As it is Monday, there is a new Image of the Week for you to check out.
October is the DonorsChoose month, when blog readers help fund science projects in classrooms. There is also a lot of friendly rivalry between various blogging groups and networks, so I hope you will support our network. Make sure you read these posts (four so far - more bloggers will post soon), and help as much as you can:
- Christie Wilcox - Students need your help!
- Jennifer Frazer - Amoebas for a Better Science Tomorrow
And the rest of the network was not idle either - check it out:
- Scicurious - IgNobel Prize WINNER: A kiss is just a kiss, but is a sigh ever just a sigh? and IgNobel Prize WINNER: If you yawn, your pet tortoise don’t care and IgNobel Prize WINNER: The power of effective procrastination. and IgNobel prize WINNER: You might have a better time saving your spare change if you REALLY need to pee. and IgNobel Prize WINNER: Solving all your problems…with tanks and IgNobel Prize WINNER: Public Safety is even safer when you can’t see
- Jennifer Frazer - 800,000 Manmade Plant Fossils (and counting)
- Christie Wilcox - Observations: Reverse Bestiality
- Davide Castelvecchi - Superluminal Neutrinos Would Wimp Out En Route
- Jesse Bering - Half Dead: Men and the “Mid-Life Crisis”
- Darren Naish - Three remarkable hummingbird discoveries
- David Wogan - Urbanized – a documentary about urban design by Gary Hustwit
- Amanda Cuéllar, with Colin Beal - Guest Post: Food for thought – The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly
- Layla Eplett - Food Fights: Reconsidering Famine and War in the Horn of Africa
- John Horgan - Drone Assassinations Hurt the U.S. More Than They Help Us
- Christina Agapakis - Bloggingheads: Invasion of the Synthetic Bacteria
- Kalliopi Monoyios - Need Proof That We’re Visual Beings?
- Joanne Manaster - Monday Music Video
- James Byrne - MolBio Carnival #15!
- David Bressan - Accretionary Wedge #38: Back to Shool for Applied Geology
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