A quick run-down of yesterday's posts:

- Davide Castelvecchi - Cool Math & Physics Blogs


- Krystal D'Costa - Are We Hoarding Connections? and Editor's Selections: Traffic, Wine, and Vikings


- George Chapline - Maybe black holes don't really exist


- DNLee - Animal Behavior conference draws 1200 researchers interested in genetics, immunology, courtship, and more


- Larry Greenemeier - Does Computer-Assisted Cancer Screening Help Radiologists? Not Really


- Alex Wild - Thrifty Thursday: Mining through Columbine


- Carin Bondar - Gaga-Sci: A few words of wisdom for scientists producing Lady Gaga videos…


- Katherine Harmon - 7 Billion and Still Growing: Explosive Population Growth Might Have Helped Us Displace Neandertals


- Bora Zivkovic - Weekly Highlights #3a – UCSC students, part 2


- Kalliopi Monoyios - Meet the future of photography


- George Musser - Physicists Simulate the End of Time in a Maryland Lab


- Marie-Claire Shanahan - Science Education and Changing People's Minds: Writing to convince


- Scott Huler - The Electric Car and … Electricity


- Christie Wilcox - Instant Zombie – Just Add Salt.


- Davide Castelvecchi - The Information: James Gleick Chats with Robert Krulwich


- Jennifer Ouellette - Friday Fodder, July 28, 2011




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