Some great stuff on the blogs today:

- Mariette DiChristina - A Busy 2011 at Scientific American


- Eric Michael Johnson - Probing the Passions of Science: An Interview with Carl Zimmer on the Art of Science Writing and Probing the Passions of Science: Carl Zimmer Delves Beneath the Surface of Science Writing


- Stephen Di Cerbo - Ichthyology Meets Printmaking


- Melissa C. Lott - SunShot – Driving Toward the Dollar Watt


- Jennifer Verdolin - Master Manipulators of the Micro-world


- Jason G. Goldman - Editor’s Selections: Brain and Gut, Aesop’s Crows, Antipsychotic Drugs, and Psychopaths


- Michael Moyer - Researchers Trumpet Another Flawed Fukushima Death Study


- David Stipp - Many Roadblocks Block Development of Anti-Aging Drugs


- John R. Platt - First Time on Video: Endangered Pygmy Hippo Seen Slipping through Nighttime Liberia


- Katherine Harmon - Cigarette Additives Increase Toxicity, According to External Analysis


- Alex Wild - The Mighty Saguaro, The Mighty Cardon



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