A day late, but still here - new Video of the Week for your enjoyment.

- Claire Cusick - Scientist in the Kitchen: Jen Yu, Photographer, Blogger, Scientist, Cook


- Ellen Crocker - Serendipity and science: 30 minutes with Dr. Sharon Long


- John Villasenor - What is a Drone, Anyway?


- Ilana Yurkiewicz - Is medical school admission squashing creativity?


- James Byrne - Meliodosis


- Lucas Brouwers - A Spoonful of Molybdenum, some Ulysses and the Origin of Life


- Darren Naish - Chickens, 2012


- Charles Q. Choi - Visions: A Different Point of View


- DNLee - More Money, More problems – the cost of higher education


- Wayne Maddison - Spiders in Borneo: Geometrical Jumping spiders


- Matthew Sturm - SnowSTAR-2012: Hoars and Drifters


- Jim Haw - Catching up with Scientific Diving at USC Dornsife: The Robot Submarine


- Bora Zivkovic - Introducing: Erin Podolak


- Bora Zivkovic - What is: ScienceOnline Seattle


- S.E. Gould - Science song for a busy month


- Scicurious - Don’t forget to stop by for your Experimental Biology News!


- Krystal D'Costa - Editor’s Selections: Speaking In Tongues, Bi-Gendered Individuals, And The Prisoner’s Dilemma


- Gary Stix - Dark Matter Could Become a Hypochondriac’s New Nightmare


- Katherine Harmon - Nodding Disease Origins Remain Unexplained


- George Musser - Where Do Space and Time Come From? New Theory Offers Answers, If Only Physicists Can Figure It Out


- Michael Moyer - Will Computers Ever Know Everything?


- Ingrid Wickelgren - Can Atheists Be Happy? And Other Answers from Scientific American Mind



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