It's Monday - so time for a new Image of the Week.

- Matt Shipman - Why Scientists Should Publicize Their Findings – For Purely Selfish Reasons


- Ilana Yurkiewicz - Why Mark Regnerus’ study shouldn’t matter, even if it were the most scientifically robust study in the world


- S.E. Gould - How bacteria in the vagina change during pregnancy


- Scicurious - Loving some complex melodies? You could be ovulating! Or not.


- David Ginsburg - USC Dornsife Scientific Diving: “Think Like a Brittle Star”


- Rose Eveleth - Steaming North: how the scientists are trying to find plankton and The superstar sensor: what is a CTD?


- Ferris Jabr - The Mysterious Brain of the Fat-Tailed Dwarf Lemur, the World’s Only Hibernating Primate


- George Musser - Charismatic Megaparticles Might Hint at Dark Matter, and Much Besides


- Darren Naish - The Saltwater crocodile, and all that it implies (crocodiles part III)


- Kalliopi Monoyios - A Conference of Scientific Communicators


- Jennifer Ouellette - Tell Me No Lies


- Bora Zivkovic - Introducing: Taylor Kubota


- Bora Zivkovic - Open Laboratory 2013 – submissions so far


- DNLee - Connecting to STEM Diversity on Twitter


- Larry Greenemeier - Captain of Crunch: U.S. Nuclear Stockpile Watchdog Boasts Fastest Supercomputer in the West–or Anywhere Else, for That Matter



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