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- Kelly Oakes - In praise of the Tevatron

 

- Jennifer Ouellette - Love Among the Equations

 

- Stephanie Wortel - Field Work of a Different Sort: 3 Best Practices for Scientists Visiting Student Classrooms

 

- Kelsey Morris - Age Matters – A Business Student Learns About Energy Efficiency

 

- Bora Zivkovic - What is: Journal of Science Communication

 

- Joanne Manaster - What Kind of Science Television Viewer are You?

 

- Alex Wild - Thrifty Thursday: Freeze the action for under $500

 

- Jason G. Goldman - Birds of Diverse Feathers, Problem-Solving Together

 

- Robynne Boyd - Georgia’s New Nuclear Reactors Closer to Approval

 

- Angela Cesaro - Scientific American‘s Video Player and Pages Receive a Makeover

 

- Eric Michael Johnson - Touching Death

 

- Katherine Harmon - Getting People to Kick the Cigarette Habit Pays Much More Than Tobacco Taxes–and Quickly

 

- Hannah Waters - Why scientists should read science fiction

 

- Krystal D'Costa - Editor’s Selections: Tapeworms, Schizophrenia, Little Ice Ages, Home Ritual Spaces, and Roman Religion

 

- Lucas Brouwers - How to tame duplicated genes

 

- David Bressan - Baron Nopcsa: More than just Transylvanian dinosaurs

 

- Larry Greenemeier - Amazon Clouds Tablet Market in Advance of Apple Event

 

- Michelle Clement - Video: Bees at the Wilds

 

- George Musser - My Electric Bill Was WHAT?!? Analyze Your Power Use with These Three Websites

 

- Glendon Mellow - Coffee Flavoured Science-Art

 

- Philip Yam - Recipients of National Medal of Science, Technology Announced

 

- Scicurious - NOW LIVESTREAMING! THE IGNOBELS PRIZES!! and THE IGNOBEL PRIZE WINNERS ARE HERE!

 

- Christine Ottery - Interactive timeline: Environmental disasters and law

 

- Christie Wilcox - Social Media for Scientists Part 2: You Do Have Time.

 

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