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  • What elements are in chocolate? *Answer #1* Carbon (*C*hocolate) Hydrogen (C*H*ocolate) Oxygen (Ch*O*colate) Holmium (C*Ho*colate) Cobalt (Cho*Co*late) La...
    10 hours ago from The Culture of Chemistry
  • After (or before?) @StartsWithABang's balloon animals' post? A couple of week ago *Ethan Siegel* published a post about ballon animals, so I decide to rep...
    13 hours ago from Doc Madhattan
  • How good in your barista? It doesn't really matter because a new gadget, aka Ripples, can make complex designs and even pictures in the foam on top of you...
    14 hours ago from The Phytophactor
  • The classic potential energy curve of chemistry hides a fundamental truth: bonds mean short distances, but short distances don't mean bonds Every field has i...
    1 day ago from The Curious Wavefunction
  • In a victory for children’s health, California passed a new law this week removing the “personal belief” exemption from the state’s vaccine requirements f...
    2 days ago from Genomics, Medicine, and Pseudoscience
  • Alas poor R21, I knew it well. There comes a time in every person's life when you have to face reality. For me, one of those times came yesterday. My R21 ...
    4 days ago from Angry by Choice
  • *Metabiantes leighi*, from Schönhofer (2008). The handsome fellow in the photo above represents a species of the genus *Metabiantes*, currently the larges...
    4 days ago from Catalogue of Organisms
  • *Androsace chamaejasme*, copyright Denis Barthel. *Belongs within:* Primulales. *Androsace* is a mostly boreal and alpine genus of plants found in Eurasia...
    5 days ago from Variety of Life
  • Have you ever wondered why people write science blogs? In the age of Twitter and Instagram are science blogs still popular? Is science blogging dying out? ...
    2 weeks ago from Moss Plants and More
  • “*The sun fades away, the land sinks into the sea,the bright stars disappear from the sky,* *as smoke and fire destroy the world,* *and the flames rea...
    3 weeks ago from History of Geology
  • Ken Ham (founder and president of Answers in Genesis, the Creation Museum, wannabe arc builder) is a Young Earth creationist, and he prides himself in taki...
    3 weeks ago from Pleiotropy
  • Not enough published studies replicate. There are a number of reasons for this, but one of the most difficult to address is statistical power. *Why is low...
    3 weeks ago from Games with Words
  • The honours undergraduate has finished her work on the toxin/antitoxin genes, and has submitted and successfully defended an extraordinarily good thesis. ...
    4 weeks ago from RRResearch
  • I've been away for a bit, but am interested in trying to get back into the swing of things here so please bear with me. This is a paper from late last yea...
    3 months ago from Chinleana
  • There arose a need for a new tree for a parasitology meeting, so after almost five years, I finally updated the tree of eukaryotes. There are still things ...
    3 months ago from Skeptic Wonder
  • Hi guys, I've set-up a new science/education blog called* Science Bitez *so I'll be blogging from there from now on! Here's my first Science Bitez post: On ...
    4 months ago from The View from a Microbiologist
  • Eight years ago, I had finished my first year of graduate school in math, and I was at a loss as to what to research. My original focus, differential geom...
    8 months ago from PLEKTIX
  • Moving house again… Well almost, moving addresses anyway. It wasn’t that long ago I moved from Disease of the Week to here at Disease Prone to take advanta...
    3 years ago from Disease Prone

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