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      November 21, 2011Environment

      #SciAmBlogs Monday - pepper spray, Wikipedia, toddlers, cobras, and much more...

      Welcome back from the weekend. As usual on Monday, we have the new Image of the Week for you to enjoy and share. And then check out the amazing blog posts that accumulated since we last checked in on the network bloggers:- Deborah Blum - About Pepper Spray - Tom Murphy - Growth Has an Expiration Date - Maille Lyons - 3 strategies for an original science fair project - Janet D...
      November 16, 2011Environment

      #SciAmBlogs Tuesday - cholesterol, musical brain, Big O, rhinos and more...

      Another fantastic day on the network:- Jeanne Garbarino - Cholesterol and Controversy: Past, present, and future - Maria Konnikova - Lessons from Sherlock Holmes: Don’t Try to Make Bricks Without Clay - Christina Agapakis - Human Design - Kalliopi Monoyios - The Internet Can Show You A Lot, But Not This and JAMA gets a facelift - Carin Bondar - Biomusings: Videos Inspired by the Amazing Lives of Field Biologists - DNLee - Urban Science Adventure: Conduct your own backyard bird foraging experiment - Scicurious - SfN Neuroblogging: I see what you read there...
      August 26, 2011Environment

      Thursday Thriller at #SciAmBlogs

      Another day chock-full of awesome bloggy goodness...- Nicole Boice and Duane J. Roth - Innovation in Medical Diagnostics Saves Lives – A system that isn’t broken and doesn’t need fixing - David Bressan - Earthquakey Times - Jason G...
      January 3, 2012Environment

      #SciAmBlogs - appendicitis, efficient walking, softshell turtle, taste, and more.

      Welcome back! The long holiday weekend is behind us and we're ready to tackle a new year.I dug through our traffic statistics and put together a list of the Most Popular #SciAmBlogs Posts of 2011.Being Monday, we have a brand new Image of the Week as well.While some bloggers were finishing their 2011 year-end reminiscences, other moved ahead, and already wrote cool new science posts:- Kelly Oakes - Faster-than-light neutrinos: a timeline - Christina Agapakis - The Essence of Taste - Cassie Rodenberg - A drug year in review, 2011 and 5 alcohol-isms for New Year’s - Bora Zivkovic - Introducing #SciAmBlogs bloggers: Cassie Rodenberg - Scicurious - Walking or running efficiently, your locomotor muscles might not agree - Rob Dunn - Your Appendix Could Save Your Life - Michelle Clement - Video: The science of champagne and Memorable links from the second half of 2011 - Anna Kuchment - Building A (Real) Bridge to 2012 - Darren Naish - In case you forget, softshell turtles are insanely weird - David Bressan - Accretionary Wedge #41: Memorable Geologic Event That You’ve Directly Experienced and How to celebrate New Year’s Eve in style: Fun in a Fossil - Jennifer Frazer - Nothing Here But a Hole in the Ocean ...
      September 22, 2011Environment

      Happy #SciAmBlogs Thursday!

      Lots of ways our brains and senses trick us into making bad decisions, or so it seems...- Darren Naish - Dinosaurs at SVPCA – no Mesozoic non-avialan theropods, thank you very much – and what about those marine reptiles? - Bora Zivkovic - Introducing #SciAmBlogs bloggers: James Byrne - Krystal D'Costa - Editor’s Selections: Yawning and Immigrants in Rome - Eric Michael Johnson - Commodity Traitors: New study reveals that financial speculation is fueling global insecurity - Samuel McNerney - Cognitive Biases in Sports: The Irrationality of Coaches, Commentators and Fans - Glendon Mellow - Sequencing art: Lynn Fellman’s paleogenomic slideshow - Anna Kuchment - A Biology Teacher’s Ode to Sir David Attenborough - Philip Yam - Breakthrough Could Enable Others to Watch Your Dreams and Memories [Video] - Katherine Harmon - U.N...
      September 13, 2011Environment

      Triumphant Tuesday at #SciAmBlogs

      Finally back home, after taking six flights with two companies, passing through seven airports (three of them twice) including 3 out of 4 London airports (only missed Stanstead).
      October 18, 2012Environment

      #SciAmBlogs Thursday - countertransference, rhino poaching, dangerous optimism, cancer angst, UV sterilization, T.rex proteins, and more.

      We have a new Video of the Week today!- Hilda Bastian - #NIHMiM12 – The spreading shadow of cancer angst: 3 things you need to know to meet it rationally - Kyle Hill - Dangerous Optimism: Risk, Bias and Smoking - Ilana Yurkiewicz - When a patient encounter hits too close to home - Dana Hunter - The Cataclysm: “One of the Most Dramatic Mass-Movement Events of Historic Time” - John R...
      September 21, 2011Environment

      #SciAmBlogs Wednesday - Quantum Cheshire Cats, Whale Sharks, Beavers and more...

      Today's new Video of the Week may seem familiar - it points to the same blog post as the Image of the Week. But both of my teams of advisers (trio of bloggers for the Image, and another trio of bloggers for the Video) were adamant about this - this was the best art to appear on the network this week, so here you get a double dose...
      February 1, 2012Environment

      #SciAmBlogs Wednesday - #scio12 art and video, pigmy hippos, spider webs, sunfish, synchronized eating and more.

      Wednesday, the new Video of the Week day - have fun!LOTS of good reading today:- Kalliopi Monoyios - An artist at SciO12 - Carin Bondar - Science Online 2012: The Music Video - Kelly Oakes - Snap Asteroid Eros and Help Measure the Size of the Solar System - April Conway - Conflicts and Cooperation in Conservation: Adventures in Researching the Pygmy Hippopotamus on Tiwai Island, Sierra Leone - Scott McNally - Guest Post: Why Obama Rejected Keystone XL - Katherine Harmon - Elegance of Spider Webs Helps Make Them Strong [Video] and New Map Shows that Most Lyme-Infected Ticks Are in Northeast, Northern Midwest - David Biello - A Proposal to Introduce Elephants to Australia: Really? - John R...
      November 24, 2011Environment

      #SciAmBlogs Wednesday - Thanksgiving science, bathroom bacteria, capsaicin trials, and more....

      Check out the Video of the Week over on the right. And have a great Thanksgiving!- Cheryl Murphy - Tom Turkey’s Terrific Vision - Judy Stone - Molecules to Medicine: Should pepper spray be put on (clinical) trial? - Rob Dunn - Public bathrooms house thousands of kinds of bacteria - Scicurious - Impulsivity, addiction, and your synapses - Larry Greenemeier - Computerized Contact Lenses Could Enable In-Eye Augmented Reality - Katherine Harmon - Monarch Butterfly Genome Gives Clues about Slew of Migration Mysteries - James Byrne - Eye movements give your dreams away - Bora Zivkovic - Myths about myths about Thanksgiving turkey making you sleepy and Outreach, activism and persuasion at ScienceOnline2012 - S.E...
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