In case you missed it…but the rest of this week is Diversity Week on the blogs, so come back tomorrow for lots of it! - DNLee – Responding to No name Life Science Blog Editor who called me out of my name - Mariette DiChristina – A Message from Mariette DiChristina, Editor in Chief [...]
#SciAmBlogs Friday – Artificial Intelligence, Big Weather Data, Walking Dead, Hemlock Extinction, Walking to School, and more.
Enjoy the latest Video of the Week! - Samuel Johnston – WeatherSignal: Big Data meets Forecasting - Seth Baum – Our Final Invention: Is AI The Defining Issue for Humanity?
Video of the Week #113, October 11th, 2013: From: Physics Week in Review: September 28, 2013 by Jennifer Ouellette at Cocktail Party Physics.
Seeing Maps of Sounds and Smells by Rose Eveleth: Jorge Louis Borges once described an empire that wanted to build a map. But the maps they had seen before were not precise enough.
#SciAmBlogs Thursday – frozen microbes, global sex tally, heritage apples, a retraction, stink bugs, Lady Gaga’s goals, Jaguar perfume, and more.
- Paige Brown – Colder than Ice: Researchers Discover How Microbes Survive in Sub-Freezing Conditions - Tim Lahey – HIV and the Global Sex Tally - Layla Eplett – The Heir And The Spare: Preserving Heritage And Heirloom Apples - Pamela Ronald – Lab Life: The Anatomy of a Retraction [...]
#SciAmBlogs Wednesday – Dead Zone, Chemistry Nobel, Hayflick Number, Cognitive Training, Pediatric Depression, and more.
- Kristopher Hite – Dead Zone Judo - Buddhini Samarasinghe – The Hallmarks of Cancer: 4 – Limitless Replicative Potential - Scott Barry Kaufman – New Cognitive Training Study Takes on the Critics - Deborah Serani – What Adults Need to Know about Pediatric Depression - Ashutosh Jogalekar – Computational chemistry [...]
#SciAmBlogs Tuesday – Nobel Prizes, cell transport, Higgs boson, pumpkin spice, deadliest jellyfish, Sci-Fi ships, and more.
Check out the brand new Image of the Week! - Mark Jackson – The not-so-noble past of the Nobel Prizes - Lawrence Rifkin – 10 Sublime Wonders of Science - David Stipp – How Anti-Aging Drugs Could Help Medicare - Ilana Yurkiewicz – Because I work in a hospital, I can’t help [...]
Image of the Week #112 October 8th, 2013: From: The Smallest and Deadliest Kingslayer in the World by Becky Crew at Running Ponies. Source: GondwanaGirl Discovered and named in 2007, Malo kingi, also called the Common Kingslayer, is an extremely venomous, very small sea jelly.
This morning, the science blogging ecosystem just got bigger and better. More the merrier! Our friends at Popular Science just launched a brand new blog network.
#SciAmBlogs Friday – Test-Tube Burger, Sea Otter Cam, Behavioral Genetics, #Dysonfest, Jargon Viruses, and more.
- Paul Knoepfler – Stem Cells Promise Noah’s Ark of Test-Tube Burger Choices - Jag Bhalla – The Most Dangerous Jargon Viruses - Ashutosh Jogalekar – #Dysonfest: Origin of life, climate change (denial), number theory and nuclear weapons - John R.
#SciAmBlogs Thursday – brain stimulation, smart grid, lack of women in science, counting fish, and more.
- Thore Bjørnvig – In Mars We Trust - R. Douglas Fields – Brain Stimulation Can Control Compliance with Social Norms - Joshua D.
#SciAmBlogs Wednesday – Southern Ocean, Apoptosis, Bear Trophy Hunting, Hunger, New Climate Data, and more.
Check out the new Video of the Week. - Jillian Keenan – Are Antarctica’s Southern Ocean Ecosystems Doomed to Death by Diplomatic Paralysis?
Video of the Week #112, October 2nd, 2013: From: Dirty Faces, Dirty Vegetables and the Dirt on Trigonometry – BOB for September is Live! by Carin Bondar at PsiVid.
I am in Belgrade, my hometown, participating in the First SEE Regional Science Promotion Conference October 2nd and 3rd, Belgrade, Serbia and the UNESCO South East European (SEE) Science Journalism School.
#SciAmBlogs Tuesday – Ketogenic vs. “clean eating” diet, Lychrel Numbers, Salamanders, Emotional donating, Bill Nye, Mountain Gorillas, and more.
Watch the ‘Best of the Blogs’ September video: - Avery Carr – Is 196 a Lychrel Number? - Jag Bhalla – Is Breaking Bad Darwinian?
#SciAmBlogs Monday – Breaking Bad, BioBlitz, Crowdfunding, Marketing Diet, smelling food, DNA stories, Spinning Dancer, and more.
Check out the brand new Image of the Week! - Elizabeth L. Cohen – TV So Good It Hurts: The Psychology of Watching Breaking Bad - Olaf Woldan – Biology in the Big Apple: Surveying the Wildlife of Central Park - Alexandra Branscombe – Crowdfunding: What’s in It for Scientists?
Image of the Week #111 September 30th, 2013: From: How Fossil Fish Make Front-Page News by Kalliopi Monoyios at Symbiartic. Source: Brian Choo Often the highest calling for an artist can be to describe humanity’s place in the world.
#SciAmBlogs Friday – Citizen Food Safety Project, Conservation Tillage, American Lager, Weird Deep Sea Organisms, New IPCC Report, and more.
- Ben Chapman – The Citizen Food Safety Project - Jag Bhalla – Words Are Thinking Tools: Praxotype - John Cook – Turing Award genealogy - Dana Mackenzie – A Happy Mathematical Birthday and The Talk That Wasn’t - Markus Pössel – The creation of the Internet, privacy, and a geek [...]
Tibetan Uplift Fools Taxonomists: An Identity Crisis Solved by Anne-Marie Hodge: The Tibetan ground tit (Parus humilis) is a drab, unassuming little songbird.
#SciAmBlogs Thursday – Amazing Rope Trick, octopus pain, walking on water, math communication, and more.
Enjoy the latest Image of the Week! - Stephan Lewandowsky, James Risbey and Naomi Oreskes – Climate Change Is Not All Disaster and Uncertainty - William Skaggs – How could we recognize pain in an octopus?