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The Duke Marine Lab and the Environmental Law Society Present a talk by Roz Savage, environmental campaigner and solo ocean rower. Sep 07, 2010, from 06:00 PM to 07:00 PM, in Love Auditorium, Levine Science Research Center, Duke University campus (West)

Warning: Misusing the journal impact factor can damage your science!

Poison in the Night

Filthy Places for Antibiotics

Let the Adaptations Begin!

ScienceOnline2010 – interview with Morgan Giddings

Deep Sea News Adds To Its Ranks and Resistance is Futile: Or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Network Effect

If Molluscs Could Communicate What Would They Say?

The Covenant: Francis Collins, a fervent Christian, thought he had resolved the stem-cell debate. A federal judge disagreed.

The difference between chemistry and physics

New and awesome History of Science blog: Whewell’s Ghost

How Censoring Craigslist Helps Pimps, Child Traffickers and Other Abusive Scumbags

Neuronistas vs. Reticularistas (compare to the old hit – The discovery of the neuron)

Evolutionary psycho-logy: Commandeering genetics to explain why Obama really is a Muslim

Science Online London 2010

Parenting Beyond Belief Author and the Creationist Teacher

Interview with a Science Communicator – Matt Benton

The Molbio Carnival: second edition

Gender, religion, and volunteering

Tools for a scientist: September Scientiae

‘Spontaneous collaboration’ and other lessons from the private sector


Oh no! She was so beloved! N.C.Zoo Lioness Loses Cancer Battle

Students and Neuroanthropology: The Power of the Post

The Great Science Online London Tweetup

Medical woodblock prints from 19th-century Japan

Art Monday: Girl & Dino, made on iPod

Kindred killers: Monkeypox rising in the wake of smallpox eradication

New science blogs in New Zealand

Premenstrual syndrome: understanding origin and variation

The Role of Scientists and of Scientific Authority

Squirrels and Snakeskins

Forget What You Know About Good Study Habits

Berry Go Round – call for submissions to the plant blog carnival


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