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      May 15, 2012Environment

      #SciAmBlogs Monday - decaying aluminum, living photography, science movie consultant, octopus on ice, ugliest experiments, and more.

      Today we are happy to announce the newest blog at #SciAmBlogs - check out Molecules to Medicine!And as usual on Mondays, we have the new Image of the Week.- Harold Johnson - Time to can the round numbers - Stephanie Zvan - The Gravity of the Situation - Christina Agapakis- Living Photography - Bora Zivkovic - How barley domesticated its clock and Why social insects do not suffer from ill effects of rotating and night shift work?...
      April 3, 2012Environment

      #SciAmBlogs Monday - Craigs List Avenue, Religion and Medical Care, Words With Rocks, Bad doctors, Futuristic Foods and more.

      Most important news of the day - we have a new blog! Check out Rosetta Stones!Second, as it is Monday, we have a new Image of the Week.I think these four posts had something to do with yesterday's date - you decide:- Darren Naish - Amphisbaenians and the origins of mammals - Ferris Jabr - Neuroscientists: We Don’t Really Know What We Are Talking About, Either - David Bressan - Strange Skull rewrites History of Man - Janet D...
      December 27, 2014Symbiartic

      A Farewell to Peers

      The Symbiartic team (Katie McKissick, Glendon Mellow, Kalliopi Monoyios) are sad to say farewell to the blogs and their bloggers that left the Scientific American blog network earlier this month...
      January 1, 2013Environment

      Readers Respond to “Beyond the Limits of Science”

      Letters to the editor from the September 2012 issue of Scientific American
      May 28, 2013Environment

      #SciAmBlogs Tuesday - human macroecology, food deserts, ketamine, heroin vaccine, giardia, test-tube cats, dog yawns, and more.

      Check out the latest Image of the Week!- Anne-Marie Hodge - The Emerging Field of Human Macroecology - Ian Branam - Escape online from food deserts - Naim Alkhouri - “Breathprints” Pinpoint Potential Obesity-Related Complications in Children - Tony Rothman - Apocalypsis du Jour, Amnesia Forever! - Felicity Muth - Why do dogs yawn when they see sleepy humans? - Psi Wavefunction - Giardia sucks!...
      September 29, 2011Environment

      Thunderous Thursday at #SciAmBlogs - Tevatron, Tablets, Transylvanian dinosaurs...

      Wow! Did all the bloggers on the network decide to post today!?- Cassie Rodenberg - Do we choose pain medication over anti-depressants? and Can drugs drill holes in your brain? - Jennifer Jacquet - Fall Google Trends - John Matson - Tevatron Collider Set to Shut Down for Good on Friday - Kelly Oakes - In praise of the Tevatron - Jennifer Ouellette - Love Among the Equations - Stephanie Wortel - Field Work of a Different Sort: 3 Best Practices for Scientists Visiting Student Classrooms - Kelsey Morris - Age Matters – A Business Student Learns About Energy Efficiency - Bora Zivkovic - What is: Journal of Science Communication - Joanne Manaster - What Kind of Science Television Viewer are You? - Alex Wild - Thrifty Thursday: Freeze the action for under $500 - Jason G...
      January 14, 2014@ScientificAmerican

      Instant Egghead Cracks Up

      If you haven’t seen it before, “Instant Egghead” is Scientific American’s ongoing series of short and (hopefully) entertaining explainer videos.
      March 9, 2015Book

      Ask the Experts: The Human Body and Mind

      The third eBook in our Ask the Experts series, Human Body and Mind  tackles questions about our own strange and mysterious biology, from how we evolved to exist this way to feats of body and mind...
      Ask the Experts: Human Body and MindAsk the Experts: Human Body and Mind
      September 18, 2017Book

      Ask the Brains, Part 2: Answers to 62 Common Questions on the Mind

      From irrational phobias to a midlife crisis, we've all experienced moments of utter confusion about the nature of our own behavior, emotions or perception of reality. In this eBook, neurologists and other scientists share what they know about how the mind works, including some of these baffling psychological experiences...
      Ask the Brains, Part 2: 62 Answers to Common Questions on the MindAsk the Brains, Part 2: 62 Answers to Common Questions on the Mind
      May 21, 2021Public Health

      COVID, Quickly, Episode 7: The Coming Pandemic Grief Wave, and Mask Whiplash

      Today we bring you a new episode in our podcast series: COVID, Quickly. Every two weeks,  Scientific American ’s senior health editors Tanya Lewis and Josh Fischman catch you up on the essential developments in the pandemic: from vaccines to new variants and everything in between...
      COVID, Quickly, Episode 7: The Coming Pandemic Grief Wave, and Mask Whiplash
      July 1, 2009Environment

      News Scan Briefs: Do Rain Forests Make Rain?

      Also: ants: "I'm not dead yet," a lower high-water mark, working on the railroad, and temptation zone
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