Welcome back from the weekend. If you did not check our site, you missed a lot of good stuff over the weekend as well as earlier today, so here is a collection of links to make it easier to check all the posts out. Get some coffee, kick back and enjoy.

We have a new Image Of The Week - Cleaning up Lascaux paintings - which you will keep seeing on the right side-bar over the next seven days.


On the blogs:

- Herbert Terrace - Project Nim – The Untold Story


- Bora Zivkovic - BIO101 – Protein Synthesis: Transcription and Translation


- R. Douglas Fields - Genius across Cultures and the ‘Google Brain’


- Gennady Gorelik - The Riddle of the Third Idea: How did the Soviets build a thermonuclear bomb so suspiciously fast?


- Hannah Waters - Lazy Sunday Video: An epic tour of life’s history


- Mark Lamster - My Conversation with Andrés Duany: An Ardent Critic of the Skyscraper Flies into a Rage about the Asian Skyscraper Boom


- Jason G. Goldman - Sunday Photoblogging: City of Angels


- Caleb A. Scharf - Pitch Black: The (almost) dark truth about hot Jupiters


- Gary Stix - The Brain Takes The Stage: Neuroscience Gets Its Moment Of Fame


- Bora Zivkovic - Open Laboratory 2011 - submissions so far


- Ben Good - Has Science Gone Viral?


- Krystal D'Costa - Does Your Beer Glass Matter?


- John Horgan - Is David Deutsch’s Vision of Endless Understanding Delusional?


- Alex Wild - Reader Photo: The Python’s Shape


- Scott Willoughby - Investing in the Greatest Technological Breakthroughs of our Time–The James Webb Space Telescope


- George Musser - Can You Really Get Solar Panels Installed for Free?


- Ben Lillie - What is: The Story Collider


- Carin Bondar - Attention Science Filmmakers: What are you Waiting For?



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