Welcome back from the weekend - I hope it was a good one.
As usual on Monday, we have the new Image of the Week for you to enjoy.
Some updates first...
The heat surrounding ScienceOnline2012 is rising. The draft of the main portion of the Program is now online, and there will be more soon. Registration - the first of four windows of opportunity - opens at 12 noon EDT - get your mouse-fingers warmed up, as it is likely to get filled in a few minutes!
Bloggers were really busy today, especially with Halloween-themed posts. Check them out:
- John Horgan - Why Gaddafi’s Death Doesn’t Fill Me With Joy
- Bora Zivkovic - Are Zombies nocturnal? and Revenge of the Zombifying Wasp and BIO101 - Current Biological Diversity and ScienceOnline participants’ interviews and #scio11 – Standing Out: Marketing Yourself in Science
- Jennifer Ouellette - Blithe Spirits: Science Ain’t Afraid of No Ghosts
- Melissa C. Lott - The Vampire (Loads) in Your House
- Carin Bondar - Trick or Treat?
- James Byrne - Spook house sporotrichosis
- Michael Moyer - Genetically Modified Mosquitos Mate with the Locals
- Layla Eplett - Talk “Dirty” To Me: Blood, Purity, and Cuisine
- David Bressan - Climate, Overpopulation & Environment – The Rapa Nui debate
- S.E. Gould - Modelling a werewolf epidemic
- Eric Michael Johnson - A Natural History of Vampires
- Fred Guterl - Why Innovation Won’t Defuse the Population Bomb
- Joseph Milton - Grow your own…Halloween outfit
- Michelle Clement - Links: Halloween Physiology
- Christie Wilcox - Your average, everyday zombie
- Jennifer Jacquet - Treats Not Tricks: Scientists Favor Research about Reward over Punishment
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