Arrived in the U.K. ready for Science Online London, starting tomorrow. In the meantime, many good new posts alighted on the network - check them out:
- Jesse Bering - Listen Carefully: The Evolutionary Secret To Making a Hit Record
- Kalliopi Monoyios - Do you prefer your maggots salty or sweet?
- Lena Groeger - How where you live affects the life you prefer. Or not.
- Cassie Rodenberg - We're failing kids in drug education. How can we fix it?
- Jason G. Goldman - How Do You Figure Out How Chimps Learn? Peanuts.
- Hannah Waters - It only takes one day: bringing scientists into the classroom
- Bora Zivkovic - Weekly Highlights #7 - Danielle Venton
- Joseph Milton - Out of this world
- Charles Q. Choi - Too Hard For Science? The Number of Memories Created in a Day
- Christine Ottery - Visual obsessions
- R. Douglas Fields - Can Politicians be Trusted with Science?
- John R. Platt - Thylacine Hunted into Extinction for No Reason, Study Reveals
- Janet D. Stemwedel and SciCurious - A brief rhyming interlude concerning responsible conduct of research.
- Greg Boustead - Can You Smell That?
- Darren Naish - The toads series comes to SciAm: because Africa has toads too
- Christie Wilcox - Mythbusting 101: Sharks will cure cancer
- Krystal D'Costa - Editor’s Selections: Acheulian Axes, Skull Fragments, and Penis Spines
- Katherine Harmon - Contagion Spreads Truths about Bioterrorism
- Marcelo Vinces - It’s not that easy being green, but many would like to be.
- Ingrid Wickelgren - Forgetting About 9/11
- Carin Bondar - Hey show biz folks! Females can host science TV shows too…
- Princess Ojiaku - Hacking towards musical instruments
- Christine Gorman - Damage from Extreme Weather Increasing
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