"Miriam has been reading science fiction again. That and Scientific American." says a character of "Entropy", an early Thomas Pynchon story, published in the collection "Slow Learner," page 90. Photo by Mollie Bloudoff-Indelicato:

Today we present both the new Image of the Week and the new Video of the Week. Enjoy!

- Caren Cooper - Zen in the Art of Citizen Science: Apps for Collective Discovery and the 1 Percent Rule of the Web


- Buddhini Samarasinghe - Introduction to the Hallmarks of Cancer


- Ben Thomas - The Neuroscience Revolution Will Be Crowdsourced


- Gary Stix - From Club to Clinic: Physicians Push Off-Label Ketamine as Rapid Depression Treatment [Part 1]


- Melanie Tannenbaum - Are your 9/11 memories really your own?


- Jennifer Frazer - Cute Isopod ISO Sweet Beach. Likes: Sand. Dislikes: Grooming


- David Bressan - September 11, 1881: The landslide of Elm


- Princess Ojiaku - Tonight is the premiere of PBS’ Brains on Trial


- Katie McKissick - Maki Naro and Science Comics


- Susana Martinez-Conde and Stephen L. Macknik - Illusion of the week: Satan in the Smoke


- Mark Fischetti - Hurricane Humberto Ties Atlantic Record



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