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How Science Goes Viral

More scientists are using social media to measure the impact of their work, but they're still in the process of figuring out what online popularity means for their careers

December 23, 2013 — Kate Yandell and The Connectivist

Scientific American's Top 10 Science Stories of 2013

A carbon threshold breached, commitments to brain science made, mystery neutrinos found and human evolution revised—these and other events highlight the year in science and technology as picked by the editors of Scientific American...

December 19, 2013 — THE EDITORS

Building a Better Lobster Trap

So-called casitas , an alternative to conventional traps, are used throughout Latin America. Although using them in the U.S. would offer environmental advantages, opposition by traditional fishers make it unlikely they will be legalized in anytime soon...

December 18, 2013 — Erik Vance
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