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  • There is a website I am ignoring. Sometimes the best action to take is to ignore. The organization and the man leading it want to influence society in a ma...
    22 hours ago from Pleiotropy
  • TPP is bushed, tired, not politically inept. Yes, hole not whole, because that's what he did today; TPP dug holes. That's the bloody trouble with new shrub...
    23 hours ago from The Phytophactor
  • by @ulaulaman about #exoplanets #planetary_transit #kepler_mission #nasa #astronomy The search for extrasolar planets (or *exoplanets*) had its first succ...
    1 day ago from Doc Madhattan
  • ‘Agency detection’ – seeing purposeful minds at work behind seemingly random events – is a powerful human instinct that is thought to play an important rol...
    2 days ago from Epiphenom
  • Trillions of microbes live in and on our body. We don’t yet fully understand how these microbial ecosystems develop or...
    2 days ago from The Allotrope
  • I described last month how we were revisiting on old hypercompetent mutant whose causative gene was unknown. I rechecked its phenotype and prepped DNA to ...
    3 days ago from RRResearch
  • Leonardo da Vinci studied rocks and landscapes not only to improve the realism of his paintings, but also in an attempt to understand how the earth works. ...
    3 days ago from History of Geology
  • If you are looking for more virological-related blogging head over topostdocinvirologyas Rule of 6ix is no more. I have decided to slightly alter my blogging...
    3 days ago from Rule of 6ix
  • At the end of March I attended the SOBEFREE foray with amateur and professional bryologists from across California and beyond. I highly recommend attending...
    5 days ago from Moss Plants and More
  • From BlueCadet's design for the appRound about the cauldron go; In the poison'd entrails throw. Toad, that under cold stone Days and nights has thirty-one Sw...
    5 days ago from The Culture of Chemistry
  • I told you we would get back to Dr. Ego Tistical… This isn't really about Dr. Tistical specifically, but the medical doctor (as opposed to nurses, EMTs, et...
    6 days ago from Angry by Choice
  • *Common star-grass *Hypoxis hirsuta*, photographed by Merel R. Black.* It does not require a great deal of insight to understand why the plant pictured ab...
    6 days ago from Catalogue of Organisms
  • *Views from life (A-D) and after protargol impregnation (E, F) of *Anteholosticha pulchra*, from the Laboratory of Protozoology, Ocean University of China....
    1 week ago from Variety of Life
  • My friend Daria Roithmayr alerted me to a working paper of Brian Arthurlaying out a vision for a new approach to studying economics. Brian Arthur is one of...
    1 week ago from PLEKTIX
  • Sometimes it is astonishing how ignorant people can be. Now it's the turn of fans of "raw milk," a new fad that is sweeping the U.S. I still remember read...
    1 week ago from Genomics, Evolution, and Pseudoscience
  • As usual Derek beat me to highlighting this rather alarming picture from an October 5, 1981 issue of Fortune magazine that I posted on Twitter yesterday....
    2 weeks ago from The Curious Wavefunction
  • [image: Image credit: NASA Ames/JPL-Caltech/Tim Pyle] Imagine the closest star beyond the Sun has a planet orbiting it about the size of Earth. Visualize wh...
    1 month ago from The Astronomist
  • This is an important new paper describing some new fishes from the Chinle Formation of Utah. Well-preserved fish are rare throughout much of the Chinle and...
    2 months ago from Chinleana
  • I just finished a radio interview about birth order. Apparently not very much research goes into booking guests for radio & TV shows. Lately, I've been get...
    2 months ago from Games with Words
  • Hi friends, I'm very excited to share with you that Inkfish has moved to a new ocean-floor crevice. You can now find me at *blogs.discovermagazine.com/i...
    2 months ago from inkfish
  • This blog has been pretty quiet due to me passing my PhD and now working full-time at the MND Association and writing lots of blogs for them at www.mndrese...
    6 months ago from The View from a Microbiologist
  • There's a big protist meeting in Vancouver starting tomorrow, and I've been generously supported by ICOP and ISOP to attend as a reporter. I'd like to invi...
    8 months ago from Skeptic Wonder
  • This blog has now moved. Join me for more pharmacological fun, and new and exciting explorations into the minute and magical world of molecules at.... http...
    1 year ago from A is for Aspirin
  • Image credits (if not credited, public domain) Ron Paul Timothy Dolan Rick Santorum Mike Huckabee Chris Christie Marco Rubio
    1 year ago from The Biology Files
  • Image from Hochwagen Lab This proposal was shouted out as “…one of the most important papers on the control of meiotic crossing over…” (Hawley 2006). Since...
    1 year ago from Sex, Genes & Evolution
  • Joy of joys my most recent paper has just been published in Nucleic Acids Research! Nucleic Acids Res. 2012 Mar 28. [Epub ahead of print] Evolutionary and ...
    2 years ago from Protein Evolution and Other Musings
  • I was deeply considering a blog hiatus, dear readers, but sometimes you get hit with sledgehammers, and the only thing you can do to make sense of it all i...
    2 years ago from C6-H12-O6
  • That's the question--as I stare at the census data in search of a juicy trend--that would seem the most sensational and draw the most readers. A trend...t...
    2 years ago from Labs
  • Our New Home: TelescopeFeed
    2 years ago from The Large Picture Blog
  • Trying to keep both this and my new sciam blog going has been a bit of a strain. I've decided therefore that from now on all my science writing will be hos...
    2 years ago from Life of a Lab Rat
  • 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...
    2 years ago from Disease Prone
  • Quick post here ... just read this article - Richard Branson launches Virgin Oceanic: deep-sea exploring submarines - Boing Boing which discusses how Katri...
    3 years ago from The Greenhouse

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