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Science Online London 2010: Index Of Blog Posts, Videos, Photos And Stuff
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- Food goes through a rabbit twice. Think what that means!
- BIO101 - Evolution of Biological Diversity
- Lesson of the Day: Circadian Clocks are HARD to shift!
- Lysenko Gets A D-Minus On My Genetics Test
- Domestication - it's a matter of time (always is for me, that's my 'hammer' for all nails)
- Introducing Wired Science Blog network!
- Texting for Anglers at ScienceOnline2010 (video) - Part 2
- ScienceOnline2010 - interview with Morgan Giddings
- Quick Links
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- Revolutionary Engines: How Cars Saved the Urban Environment thebreakthrough.org/index.php/prog… 2 hours ago
- Uncovering Algorithms: Looking Inside the Facebook News Feed civic.mit.edu/blog/natematia… 2 hours ago
- A guaranteed income for every American would eliminate poverty — and it wouldn't destroy the economy vox.com/2014/7/23/5925… 2 hours ago
- Living like Bilbo Baggins: life in an eco-friendly 'hobbit house' telegraph.co.uk/property/green… 2 hours ago
- Science Communication: Making the Switch scilogs.com/guest_blog/sci… 2 hours ago
- Largest aquatic insect in the world found in China blogs.scientificamerican.com/running-ponies… 2 hours ago
- Failing the Third Machine Age: When Robots Come for Grandma medium.com/message/failin… cc @ccziv 2 hours ago
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