As always on Monday, there is a new Image of the Week - check it out.

What did you miss over the weekend and into Monday? See for yourself:

- Janet D. Stemwedel - Trust me, I’m a scientist. and What the chlorite-iodide reaction taught me.


- Bora Zivkovic - Seasonal Affective Disorder – The Basics and BIO101 – From Genes To Species: A Primer on Evolution and Update: NYC and The Story Collider and #NYCSciTweetUp


Darren Naish - A baby sea-serpent no more: reinterpreting Hagelund’s juvenile Cadborosaurus and Mystery mammal, badly photographed


- Alex Wild - I don’t understand photography competition judging and The Creative Commons License As “A Revocable Covenant Not To Sue”


- Katrina Edwards - North Pond: Topsy Turvy days


- Glendon Mellow - Science-Art Scumble #25


- Jennifer Ouellette - Physics Enters the Octagon


- Jason G. Goldman - Sunday Photoblogging: Adding Geolocation Data to Your Photos


- Bora Zivkovic - Open Laboratory 2011 – submissions so far


- John Horgan - History Suggests the U.S. Will Ban the Death Penalty Soon. Why Not Now?


- Rebecca Jablonsky - Designing the Underdog: Instances of Technology and Art as Human Equalizers


- Michelle Clement - My experience with emetophobia, and some questions for the blogosphere.


- Krystal D'Costa - #NYCSciTweetUp and The Story Collider Together—TOMORROW!


- Carin Bondar - Monday Music Video: Inception into first year – a Bohemian Rhapsody


- DNLee - Defending my Scientific Critiques of No Wedding No Womb


- Brent Stephens and Joshua Rhodes - Guest Post: House Calls – Finding energy inefficiencies using residential energy audits


- Kate Clancy - Where can you find me this fall?


- George Musser - What the World Looks Like, If You Move Backward in Time [Video]


- Lucas Brouwers - Shapeshifting protein makes sour taste sweet


- Larry Greenemeier - Carbon-Fiber “Dreamliner” Set to Make First Commercial Flight September 27


- Jennifer Jacquet - Books to Read Together: Perfume: The Story of a Murderer, The Emperor of Scent, Perfumes: The A-Z Guide



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