It's Wednesday - time for the new Video of the Week! Have fun!

Today we also say good-bye to one of the original network bloggers, James Byrne, who explains in his farewell post what comes next in his life and career. Good luck, James, in all your future endeavors, and thank you for helping the network with a strong start.

- Ricki Lewis - A Tale of 2 G-Spots


- Judy Stone - Molecules to Medicine: Have You Thanked a Clinical Researcher Today?


- Khalil A. Cassimally - Chagos: When Conservation Makes Refugees


- Kali Staniec - USC Dornsife Scientific Diving: Why Experiential Learning is Vital to Academic Life


- Dana Hunter - Sumatra: A World-Record Earthquake, but Thankfully No Tsunami


- Cassie Rodenberg - Russell Brand’s Insight on Crime and Addiction


- Scicurious - Experimental Biology Blogging: Hallucinating Zebrafish


- Jason G. Goldman - When Faced With A New Problem, Vervet Monkeys Look To Mom


- David Bressan - Rocks from Outer Space!


- Melissa C. Lott - Windmill Shows the Power of Access to Knowledge


- John R. Platt - Critically Endangered Colombian Parrot Doubles Its Protected Habitat


- Kevin Zelnio - Sweden Journal: Good Bye Blue Skies of Carolina


- James Byrne - Goodbye SciAm Blogs


- Bora Zivkovic - Introducing: Francie Diep


- Bora Zivkovic - What three science questions do you think the Presidential candidates need to answer before November 6th?


- Kate Wong - Rise of Humans Two Million Years Ago Doomed Large Carnivores


- Mark Fischetti - Views from Space Show A Fragile Earth


- Philip Yam - The 4th U.S. Case of Mad Cow Disease: Should You Be Concerned?



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