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      March 9, 2012Environment

      #SciAmBlogs Thursday - studying dolphins, women's day, science of pirates, storytelling minds, and more.

      With travel and all, I am late with this, but here it is finally - the new Video of the Week.- Alexis Rudd - Towing my weight: Partnering with commercial shipping for whale and dolphin research - Kelly Oakes - International Women's Day: Butterflies and Galaxies - Jennifer Ouellette - A Pirate’s Life for Me: Celebrating the Science of Pirates - Darren Naish - The carcass of a large, modern-day marine reptile! - David Bressan - Geologizing Women into the Field! - Jennifer Frazer - Classic Artful Amoeba: The Seafaring Killer Bacterium - Maria Konnikova - Our Storytelling Minds: Do We Ever Really Know What’s Going on Inside? - Alex Wild - Thrifty Thursday: A Jar Full of Toads - Katherine Harmon - Personality Might Be Genetically Encoded in Bee Brains - John R...
      July 26, 2012Environment

      #SciAmBlogs Wednesday - like a fish on a bicycle (not needing a shower), extraterrestrial communication, building a jellyfish, and more.

      Join us for an Online Chat on Thursday at 12 noon EDT on Anxiety Disorders, with SA's Maria Konnikova- Julian Taub - Dream First: Inspiration at Hayden Planetarium’s Event - Becky Crew - Get on your bike, Phallostethus cuulong - Ashutosh Jogalekar - Better (extraterrestrial) communication through chemistry: Isotopes and mirror-image molecules - Ferris Jabr - What Would It Take To Really Build An Artificial Jellyfish? - Scott Huler - Simplest Bike Commuting Infrastructure: The Shower - Ben Linhoff - Following the Ice: Camp Life—Not For the Faint of Heart - Anna Kuchment - Teen Develops Less Invasive Means to Detect Breast Cancer - Darren Naish - 100 articles at Tet Zoo ver 3 - DNLee - Wordless Wednesday: #DispatchesDNLee Field Research in Tanzania - Khalil A...
      November 13, 2012Environment

      #SciAmBlogs Tuesday - being wrong, US energy sufficiency, map of early universe, just war, inside a crack house, and more.

      - Steven Ross Pomeroy - The Key to Science (and Life) Is Being Wrong - Melissa C. Lott - U.S. Poised For Energy Self-Sufficiency - Cassie Rodenberg - Inside a Crack House (Video) - Kelly Oakes - How a new map of the early universe is like a hedgehog - John Horgan - Is the “Just War” Concept an Oxymoron, or Can It Be Salvaged? - Bora Zivkovic - Tune in to State Of Things today at 12noon EST. - Scicurious - Crowdfunding psychopharmacology - Katherine Harmon - 3-D Imaging Improves Breast Cancer Screening - John Matson - LHC Experiment Yields No Insight into Post-Higgs Physics - David Biello - Tesla Triumphs: Electric Car Bests the Rest - The Editors - Storm Warnings: Climate Change and Extreme Weather–SA‘s Latest E-Book =======================Conversations on our articles and blog posts often continue on our Facebook page - "Like" it and join in the discussion...
      December 18, 2012The Sciences

      #SciAmBlogs Tuesday - Maya Apocalypse, next Mars rover, microgrids, trans-planetary microbes, dopamine and depression, and more.

      And we have a brand new Image of the Week.- Andy Rivkin - The fight to save planetary science, and why the new Mars rover doesn’t mean victory - Caroline Dodds Pennock - The 2012 Apocalypse, or why the world won’t end this week - Judy Stone - A Clinical Trial and Suicide Leave Many Questions: Part 3: Conflict of Interest - Scicurious - The dopamine side(s) of depression, part 2 - Dawn Santoianni - Guest Post: Are Microgrids the Key to Energy Security? - Caleb A...
      September 1, 2012The Sciences

      How Science Takes Us Past Today’s Boundaries

      April 1, 2011Health

      Reflections from Science

      Editor in Chief Mariette DiChristina introduces the April 2011 issue of Scientific American
      November 20, 2017Book

      Amazing Animals

      We humans tend to think that we are unique in our intelligence, social skill and depth of emotion, but we think too much of ourselves. The animal kingdom teems with hidden stories of the weird and fascinating, and in this eBook, Amazing Animals *, we gather recent research on animal behavior, including surprising discoveries of how animals think and feel, from man’s best friend to some of the earth’s oddest creatures...
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      February 6, 2017Book

      Evolution vs. Creationism: Inside the Controversy

      Creationists, or those who hold the belief that the universe and all life was made by divine creator, have tried to use a myriad of tactics either to ban the teaching of evolution entirely or to have creationism and/or intelligent design taught alongside it in public schools...
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      December 20, 2011Environment

      #SciAmBlogs Tuesday - Zimmer on writing, parasites, anti-aging, pygmy hippo and more.

      Some great stuff on the blogs today:- Mariette DiChristina - A Busy 2011 at Scientific American - Eric Michael Johnson - Probing the Passions of Science: An Interview with Carl Zimmer on the Art of Science Writing and Probing the Passions of Science: Carl Zimmer Delves Beneath the Surface of Science Writing - Stephen Di Cerbo - Ichthyology Meets Printmaking - Melissa C...
      May 30, 2012Environment

      #SciAmBlogs Tuesday - clocks and metabolism, hating raw tomatoes, vulnerable computer chips, and more.

      Yesterday was still a holiday here in the U.S., so we chose the new Image of the Week today - enjoy!- Bora Zivkovic - Clocks, metabolism, evolution – toward an integrative chronobiology - Jennifer Ouellette - Taster’s Choice: Why I Hate Raw Tomatoes and You Don’t - John Villasenor - Researchers Discover Hacker-Ready Computer Chips - Edward Fischer - USC Dornsife Scientific Diving: Remaking What We’ve Lost – A Look At Artificial Reefs - Melissa C...
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