We skipped last week due to my travel, but here we are back again in the normal routine - Monday, time for the brand new Image of the Week.

- David Bressan - Namazu the Earthshaker and A short History of Earthquakes in Japan


- Jessica Morrison - 1 Year Later, What Does Fukushima Mean for Nuclear Research?


- Melissa C. Lott - Fukushima – U.S. Responds to Lessons Learned


- Scicurious - It hurts so good: the runner’s high


- Jason G. Goldman - Sensing Magnets: Navigation in Desert Ants and Sunday Photoblogging: Full Moon


- Wayne Maddison - Spiders in Borneo: Introduction


- S.E. Gould - Deadly cocktails for killing bacteria


- Alex Wild - Transform Your iPhone Into a Microscope: Just Add Water


- John Horgan - Why I Won’t Get a Colonoscopy


- Darren Naish - Because the world belongs to petrels (petrels part I)


- Jennifer Ouellette - L is for LIDAR


- Bora Zivkovic - ScienceOnline2012 – interview with Matthew Hirschey


- Bora Zivkovic - Introducing: The Sieve


- Bora Zivkovic - New Expeditions field series – Jumping Spiders of Borneo and Open Laboratory 2013 – submissions so far


- Gary Stix - Imagen del Dia: Wasp Makes Prey of a Tarantula


- Katherine Harmon - Circumcision Cuts Prostate Cancer Risk and Red Meat Eating Increases Risk of Early Death


- Larry Greenemeier - Reporters Without Borders Releases Its 2012 “Internet Enemies” List


- Michael Moyer - Brain Machine Interfaces in Fact and Fiction



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