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  • There are certain things in life that you continue to seek, for example, an excellent wine under $10 a bottle and great bargain plants. This is the time of...
    15 hours ago from The Phytophactor
  • Today is Murray Gell-Mann's birthday. John Brockman calls him "the man with five brains, each one of which is smarter than yours". We are thankful he is s...
    17 hours ago from The Curious Wavefunction
  • In this week’s *Journal of the American Medical Association*, famed geneticist Mary-Claire King argues that all women over age 30 should be tested for can...
    1 day ago from Genomics, Evolution, and Pseudoscience
  • *The black coral *Antipathes*, copyright Jez Tryner.* One piece of trivia I've learnt while looking stuff up for this post: the genus name *Antipathes*, f...
    1 day ago from Catalogue of Organisms
  • a coulpe of home experiments about #inertia from *Science Comics* #2
    1 day ago from Doc Madhattan
  • *Phalacrotophora epeirae*, copyright John R. Maxwell. *Belongs within:* Cyclorrhapha. *Contains:* *Melaloncha*. The Phoridae, scuttle flies, are a group o...
    4 days ago from Variety of Life
  • The state fair is over indicating the end of summer and the beginning of a new semester. I taught my first class today, which of course means I basically m...
    1 week ago from Angry by Choice
  • “Theory of Mind” is the term used to describe the mental ability to put yourself inside the mind of someone else – to imagine what it is that they are thi...
    1 week ago from Epiphenom
  • We are off on vacation this week visiting friends and family in New York and Connecticut. On one of our hikes we came across this great patch of Leucobryum...
    1 week ago from Moss Plants and More
  • This post is not about science. I'm writing this because the horrific news out of Ferguson, Missouri—the killing of an unarmed man and the subsequent assau...
    4 weeks ago from PLEKTIX
  • A review of The Sports Gene by David Epstein Winners, it is said, are not born but made. That, however, is not the...
    4 weeks ago from The Allotrope
  • [image: ResearchBlogging.org] As niches are filled up by new species speciation slows down. Comes to a halt, even. This makes sense, as the niches are ways...
    4 weeks ago from Pleiotropy
  • In the UK, we've been rather lucky *touch wood* and had a rather lovely summer thus far. But, it seems that there's a darker side to this lovely weather......
    2 months ago from The View from a Microbiologist
  • I'm up to my ears preparing materials for the new version of Useful Genetics, but we have a great new technician through UBC's Science Co-op program. She'...
    2 months ago from RRResearch
  • “*Hence the saying: If you know the enemy and know yourself, your victory will not stand in doubt; if you know Heaven and know Earth, you may make your vic...
    2 months ago from History of Geology
  • A number of non-native English speakers get "Singaporean" as the top guess for their native language. You can actually see that by playing around in our di...
    2 months ago from Games with Words
  • 3 months ago from Memoirs of a Defective Brain
  • This link is to a new article at Palaeontology Online providing an overview of Triassic marine placodonts. Palaeontology Online is a website sponsored by t...
    3 months ago from Chinleana
  • If you are looking for more virological-related blogging head over to postdocinvirology as Rule of 6ix is no more. I have decided to slightly alter my blog...
    4 months ago from Rule of 6ix
  • 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 months ago from The Culture of Chemistry
  • [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...
    6 months ago from The Astronomist
  • 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...
    7 months ago from inkfish
  • 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...
    1 year 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
    2 years 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...
    2 years 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
    3 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...
    3 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...
    3 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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