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- Cat Bohannon - The Dance and the Dancer. At Taksim Square.

 

- Kathleen Raven - Lindau 2013: Videos with a personality, flow and message and Cataloging the impact of Lindau meetings and Chemistry and physics: one needs the other

 

- Hanneke J.M. Meijer - Why 2 Birds in the Hand May Be Better Than a “Hobbit” Skull (in a Cave Deposit, at Least)

 

- Allyson Green - Questions of Environmental Health and Justice Growing with the Petcoke Piles in Detroit

 

- Chris Arnade - What it took 20 years on Wall Street to learn

 

- Joel Taylor - Mount Shasta: The Medusa of Siskiyou County

 

- Bob Grumman - M@h*(pOet)?ica – The Number Poems of Richard Kostelanetz

 

- Ben Thomas - A Secret Society of Cells Runs Your Brain

 

- Jag Bhalla - Rationality In Markets Is Cognitively Unnatural and The Limits of Psychophysics, And Physics

 

- Scicurious - Losing the “taste” for sperm and How Perfect Is Perfect Pitch? and Friday Weird Science: Does your mouse prefer Renoir to Picasso?

 

- Roshan Karki - Scicurious Guest Writer: Societal challenges to science communication in Nepal

 

- Becky Crew - Leeches from the Underworld Don’t Want Your Blood

 

- Kelly Oakes - Voyager is in a new region of space, and now that place has a name

 

- Hadas Shema - Do blog posts correlate with a higher number of future citations?

 

- Bonnie Swoger - Textbooks and open educational resources

 

- Christina Agapakis - Are plants "actually doing maths"?

 

- Kate Clancy - Ladybusiness Anthropologist Throws Up Hands, Concedes Men Are the Reason for Everything Interesting in Human Evolution

 

- Scott Barry Kaufman - Review of The Autistic Brain and Q & A with Temple Grandin on The Autistic Brain

 

- Ruth Kastner - Can We Resolve Quantum Paradoxes by Stepping Out of Space and Time?

 

- Ashutosh Jogalekar - Lindau 2013: Unity and diversity

 

- Melanie Tannenbaum - Fighting Fair: How To Tackle Crucial Conversations On Facebook & Twitter

 

- Krystal D'Costa - What does it mean when we need to take a break from Facebook? and Trilobites Everywhere!

 

- S.E. Gould - Clever microbes: bacterial sensors and signals

 

- Janet D. Stemwedel - The ethics of opting out of vaccination. and Strategies to address questionable statistical practices. and C.K. Gunsalus on responsible — and prudent — whistleblowing. and The continuum between outright fraud and “sloppy science”: inside the frauds of Diederik Stapel (part 5).

 

- Maureen McCarthy - Chimps in Uganda: Hunting for Answers

 

- Juliana Duran - Military Buildup’s Environmental Takedown

 

- Molly Sullivan - Challenges Facing Japan’s Marine Fisheries

 

- Nathalie Sami and Janice Wong - Hyperbaric Oxygen: A Spectrum of Emerging Treatments

 

- Katie Lee - The Historical Collapse of Southern California Fisheries and the Rocky Future of Seafood

 

- Katherine Harmon - Unusual Offshore Octopods: Lady Octopus Attracts Mates with a Glowing Kisser and Unusual Offshore Octopods: Deep-Sea Octopus Hatches Fully Formed, Walks Away [Video]

 

- David Bressan - The Earth-shattering Loch Ness Monster that wasn’t and June 24, 1982: “The Jakarta Incident” and Accretionary Wedge #57: I see (dead) Geologists

 

- Maria Konnikova - Why we celebrate the summer solstice

 

- Felicity Muth - Turtle embryos move inside their eggs to the coolest spots

 

- Jason G. Goldman - More Friends Make Lemurs Better Thieves (But What Does It Mean For Brain Evolution?)

 

- Jennifer Frazer - Is This Spindly Fossil a 3-Billion-Year-Old Eukaryote? and Green Alga Found to Prey on Bacteria, Bolstering Endosymbiotic Theory

 

- John R. Platt - Saiga Success: Critically Endangered Antelope Population Doubles in 5 Years and The 4 Most Endangered Seal Species

 

- Cassie Rodenberg - How to Shoot Up and Addicts as Parents, Part II: Drugs to Hospital, Another Day and Addicts as Parents, Part III: Future Planning and Addicts as Parents, Part IV: When Kids Matter Little and Addicts as Parents, Part V: Painkillers Bring You Back

 

- Darren Naish - The enormous liolaemine radiation: paradoxical herbivory, viviparity, evolutionary cul-de-sacs and the impending mass extinction and Tet Zoo Bookshelf: van Grouw’s Unfeathered Bird, Bodio’s Eternity of Eagles, Witton’s Pterosaurs, Van Duzer’s Sea Monsters on Medieval and Renaissance Maps!

 

- Evelyn Lamb - Lord Kelvin and the Age of the Earth and Introducing the Blog on Math Blogs and A Twelve-Tone Trip Down Memory Lane, Courtesy of Vi Hart

 

- Mary Karmelek - Collapsible Summer Fun: The Berthon Folding Canoe

 

- Jesse Bering - DOMA’s Demise and Sexual Deviants: What’s at the Bottom of the “Slippery Slope”?

 

- Julie Hecht - How to decrease head cocking: Watch a dog behavior & cognition conference today and Canine Science This Summer Near You

 

- Scott Huler - Do you promise not to tell?

 

- Robynne Boyd - Obama Looks to the Clean Air Act as Inspiration for Tackling Climate

 

- David Wogan - President Obama to unveil climate plan Tuesday and Africa’s energy poverty, as seen from space

 

- John Horgan - Will “Persistent Surveillance” Turn U.S. into One Big Panopticon?

 

- Kyle Hill - When The Last of Us are Left, How Long Would it Take to Transcribe Wikipedia? and The Fungus that Reduced Humanity to The Last of Us and Nerds and Words: Week 25 and Nerds and Words: Week 26

 

- Alex Wild - Who owns photographs taken by scientists? and Thrifty Thursday: The Mighty Cupcake and Recipe for a photograph #3: Pollinators in Flight

 

- Dana Hunter - GeoKitten! Inverted Topography Kitteh

 

- Kalliopi Monoyios - You Had Me At Hydrothermal Vent Worms and Click! Onomatopoeia For Your Eyes and The SciArt Buzz: ScienceArt on Exhibit in July/Aug 2013

 

- Katie McKissick - Science Art in Everyday Life

 

- Glendon Mellow - Puzzling out Brain Iconography and Avenging Feathered Dinosaurs and Future of the Big Five

 

- Brian Malow - Insect Paparazzi: Leafhoppers!

 

- Carin Bondar - Vicious Babies: Tough, Deadly and Adorable.

 

- Joanne Manaster - More EXPOSED: The Global Epidemic of TB and NASA Astronomer Explains Supermoon and STEM Makes Cars Safer, Buildings Taller, Enables Hearing and Moves Giant Magnets!

- Jennifer Ouellette - Physics Week in Review: June 21, 2013 and Physics Week in Review: June 29, 2013

 

- Bora Zivkovic - Bora’s Picks (June 28th, 2013)

 

- Khalil A. Cassimally - Khalil’s Picks (21 June 2013)

 

- Bora Zivkovic - Best of June at A Blog Around The Clock

 

- Eric R. Olson - A Map of the Local Universe, and More – The Countdown #25

 

- Philip Yam - Lonesome George, the Iconic Galápagos Tortoise, Gets Prepared for Taxidermy [Video]

 

- John Matson - Voyager 1 Returns Surprising Data about an Unexplored Region of Deep Space

 

- Kate Wong - Horse Fossil Yields Astonishingly Old Genome—Are Similarly Ancient Human Genomes Next?

 

- David Biello - Obama Has a Plan for Climate, What If It Involves Tar Sands? and Tar Sands No Worse than Other Oils for Pipeline Spills

 

- Mark Fischetti - Science Will Protect Us from Climate Change, Obama Says

 

- Larry Greenemeier - WikiLeaks Defends NSA Whistleblower, Condemns PRISM Digital Surveillance

 

- Caitlin Shure - How Secret Spying Programs Affect the Clinically Paranoid

 

- Rachel Scheer - Enhancing desalination efficiency, a new language for the deaf and blind, and electricity from tomato juice: Meet the Science in Action finalists, Part 3 and Expiring food, hanging gardens, the power of sepiolite, farmer software and plankton: Meet the Science in Action finalists, part 4

 

- Mariette DiChristina - Science in Action Winner for 2013: Elif Bilgin

 

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