Today we announced that the Open Laboratory 2013 submissions form is now open.

Also, being Monday, we have a brand new Image of the Week.


- Ilana Yurkiewicz - The hardest medical school interview question


- Maria Konnikova - Why Are We So Afraid of Creativity?


- S.E. Gould - Gastric ulcer bacteria hide from the immune system


- Kevin Zelnio - From the Archives: Shrimp Tails – Describing a New Species and From the Archives: Ex Omnia Conchis – Darwin and His Beloved Barnacles


- Philip Yam - Dogma Overturned: Women Can Produce New Eggs [Video]


- Sarah Fecht - Giant Prehistoric Penguin was Bigger than an Emperor


- DNLee - #IamScience: Charlette Clark, Geologist


- Scicurious - Do you love him for him? Or for his hot hot immune system?


- Jennifer Ouellette - The Age of Connectome: Q&A with Sebastian Seung


- Darren Naish - Grampus griseus joins the globicephalines


- David Bressan - How Darwin’s rats revealed evolution


- Cassie Rodenberg - Chelsea Handler and Addiction as Identity


- Krystal D'Costa - Fitting Room Confidential


- Bora Zivkovic - ScienceOnline2012 – interview with Dirk Hanson and Circadian Clocks in Microorganisms and Beyond 42



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