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      September 1, 1926Technology

      Radio Notes, September 1926

      A Review and Commentary on the Progress in This Branch of Rapid Communication
      July 1, 2016Engineering

      The Clumsy Quest to Perfect the Walking Robot

      Why is it so hard to build a walking robot?
      April 1, 1927Technology

      Radio Notes, April 1927

      A Review and Commentary on the Progress in This Branch of Rapid Communication
      January 1, 1932Technology

      Seeing With Invisible Light

      December 1, 2011Technology

      The Machine That Would Predict the Future

      If you dropped all the world's data into a black box, could it become a crystal ball that would let you see the future—even test what would happen if you chose A over B? One researcher thinks so, and he could soon get a billion euros to build it...
      September 1, 2019Behavior

      The Neuroscience of Reality

      Reality is constructed by the brain, and no two brains are exactly alike
      April 12, 2006Space & Physics

      Animal intelligence, Mars Rovers, Alcohol and Cardiovascular Health.

      In this episode, the conclusion of a two-part interview with anthropologist Carel Van Schaik about intelligence in animals; astronomer Steven Squyres talks about the current state of the Mars Rovers Spirit and Opportunity; and cardiologist Arthur Klatsky rebuts a recent meta-study that claims that light-to-moderate alcohol consumption confers no cardiovascular health benefits...
      January 18, 1913The Sciences

      Considerations on the Nature of Intellectual Property

      Observations Made Thirty-five Years Ago By the Late Professor N. S. Shaler
      March 10, 1883Technology

      The Isometric Governor

      October 12, 1918The Sciences

      The Pathology of War Neuroses

      Disorders Not New in Kind, but Now of Frequent Occurrence
      September 30, 2013The Sciences

      Alan Alda Communicates Science

      At the Learning in the Digital Age summit at Google's New York City offices, Scientific American editor in chief Mariette DiChristina talked with Alan Alda about communicating science to the general public...
      June 20, 2015

      Physics Week in Review: June 20, 2015

      A fifth tau neutrino, graphene makes the world's thinnest lightbulb, and how you can measure the Earth's axial tilt this solstice are among this week's physics highlights.
      May 1, 1951Health

      Viruses

      The very small microorganisms that grow only in cells are studied not only for the treatment and prevention of the infections they cause but also for themselves
      July 19, 2013Fitness

      Should Humans Eat Meat? [Excerpt]

      What can and should be done about human carnivory? Vaclav Smil answers in this excerpt from his new book
      October 2, 2012Environment

      Open Laboratory 2013 the complete list of entries!

      Open Laboratory 2013 – the complete list of entries!We just closed the submission form for the 2013 edition. Thank you all who submitted the posts.Below are all the blog posts submitted over the past year...
      June 8, 2012

      The Scienceblogging Weekly (June 8th, 2012)

      Wow - this was hard! I could have had at least Top 20 instead of Top 10 (but you'll find them all listed down there anyway)... Blog of the Week:Tanya Khovanova’s Math Blog is a blog by Tanya Khovanova, a Visiting Scholar and Research Affiliate at MIT, a 1976 gold medalist (and 1975 silver medalist) at the International Mathematics Olympiad...
      May 1, 2016Behavior

      The Biological Blessings of Friendship

      Researchers delving into genetics, social networks and animal behavior are discovering how friendship affects our health and well-being—and how it played a part in our evolutionary story...
      November 14, 2012The Sciences

      Nate Silver and the Ascendance of Expertise

      Nate Silver is now a meme (also source of the image on the left).I usually pepper my posts with links, but today I feel lazy, so I listed a bunch of links at the bottom - hours of fascinating reading you can have after you read my post!...
      November 14, 2007The Sciences

      Need For New Nukes?; and News From Neuroscience

      In this episode, Scientific American's David Biello discusses his article on nuclear weaponry in the November issue of the magazine. And Scientific American Mind's Karen Schrock talks about some of the highlights of the Neuroscience 2007 conference that she attended last week in San Diego...
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