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      July 31, 2012Environment

      #SciAmBlogs Tuesday - barnacles, miscarriage, medical practice for beginners, addiction in the media, saltwater crocs, and more.

      Join us tomorrow for the Online Chat at 1 P.M. Wednesday on Massive Black-Outs in India and Beyond.- Claire O’Connell - Getting a Grip on the Goose Barnacle - Kate Clancy - SciAm Beginnings: When a Beginning is Not a Beginning - Ilana Yurkiewicz - From live animals to mannequins to human beings: can there ever be an ethical way to practice medical procedures? - Maria Konnikova - The birth of experimental psychology: How do we measure beginnings? - Janet D...
      August 2, 2012Environment

      #SciAmBlogs Wednesday - pure water, science career trajectories, origin of life, fish melanoma, synthetic biology, and more.

      - Kelly Izlar - The Purest of Them All - Rebecca Wragg Sykes - Re-igniting the fire: challenge and chance in science career trajectories - Christie Wilcox - Fish with Melanoma – Our Enduring Environmental Legacy - Ashutosh Jogalekar - The beginnings of life: Chemistry’s grand question - Dawn Santoianni - Guest Post: Innovation Cleans Up Waste-to-Energy - Christina Agapakis - Timelines, roadmaps, and tools: navigating the futures of synthetic biology - John R...
      July 11, 2012Environment

      #SciAmBlogs Wednesday - honeybee brains, sexual confusion in fish, green flicks, North American human migrations, and more.

      No linkfest tomorrow - I'll be on the plane, trying to sleep at the time - but we'll be back the evening after....- Kara Rogers - Bee Brain Plasticity: Turning Back the Clock on Aging - Christie Wilcox - Mating with the wrong species: plastics make it possible - Bora Zivkovic - ScienceOnline2012 – interview with Michelle Sipics - Kelly Oakes - Heather Gray: chaotic starts and Higgs excitement #lnlm12 - Khalil A...
      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...
      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...
      August 25, 2011Environment

      #SciAmBlogs Wednesday Wizardry

      It's Wednesday. This means we have a new Video of the Week - check it out.There were some amazing posts on the network today:- Thies Lindenthal - On Rushes and Riches: The “Wild West” Era for Internet Domain Names Is Over as Efficient Markets for This “Virtual Land” Have Emerged - John R...
      February 18, 2012Environment

      #SciAmBlogs Friday - Citizens' Agenda, Tasmanian Devils, dropout electrons, wine & Beer, snails that fly and more.

      Have a great weekend!- Bora Zivkovic - Can We Ask Presidential Candidates about Science? - Eric R. Olson - Color-Coding Ants [Video] - Katherine Harmon - Contagious Cancer: Genome Study Reveals How Tasmanian Devil Cancer Has Spread - Gary Stix - Eternal Sunshine Drug Points the Way Toward Counteracting the Agony of Chronic Pain - Michael Moyer - Fermilab Set to Reveal “Interesting” Higgs Boson Results - Philip Yam - What Processed Food Looks Like during Digestion—Of Course It’s Not Pretty [Video] - Kelly Oakes - ‘Dropout’ Electrons Get Pushed out of Van Allen Belt - Rob Dunn - Strong Medicine: Drinking Wine and Beer Can Help Save You from Cholera, Montezuma’s Revenge, E...
      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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      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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      September 24, 2011Environment

      #SciAmBlogs Friday

      Have a great weekend!- Scicurious - Friday Weird Science: Sexy Stubble - Jennifer Ouellette - Protons and Pistols: Remembering Robert Wilson - Kelly Oakes - An impossible star?...
      January 25, 2012Environment

      #SciAmBlogs Wednesday - Sword-Swallowing, Fracking, Aurorae, Secrets, and more

      Wednesday, thus time for the new Video of the Week.- Scicurious - The Next Generation Science Conference, a #scio12 Wrapup - Jennifer Ouellette - By the Sword: The Science of Sword-Swallowing - Scott McNally - Guest Post: Water Contamination – Fracking is not the problem - Mariette DiChristina - Citizen Scientists Study Whale Songs: Years of Work Done in Months - Caleb A...
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