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What will ScienceOnline2011 be? and 10 ways to help with ScienceOnline2011

Tagging strategies

The BlogTogether Birthday Bash – Oct 19, 2010

Scienceblogging: science3.0.com – a Q&A with Mark Hahnel

Exceptional Lake, Exceptional Species

Larry Summers and the Subversion of Economics

Livestock Production Will Push Earth’s Limits

Rise of the Online Autocrats

Weight Classes Aim to Balance Races

Should Animals Adapt, or Should We Change Our Behavior?

Americans Less Likely to Practice Safe Sex with Age

Animal Research: Animal Welfare vs. Animal Rights

Most people are cool with gays teaching kids (today)

Media / Political Bias

I love you to death: Sexual Cannibalism

Open Access Week Kick-off with Harold Varmus and Cameron Neylon

Managed Relocation is a terrible idea.

Announcing PLoS Hubs: Biodiversity and Aggregating, tagging and connecting biodiversity studies

Sleep might help dieters shed more fat

Hey Zuck! Hollywood just hacked your profile and The 10 Most Glaring Lies In “The Social Network”

The Shocking Doctrine of Education

Mutating books, evolving authors

Scientia Pro Publica 41: the IgNobel Edition

Technorati’s survey: head-scratchers and brand-y swill

Choosing mates: do we REALLY want what we say we want?

Don’t Worry, I’m (Un)Professional: A Guide to Your Laboratory Colleagues

Spineless critters and more in the world’s oceans

Why leaves change color in the fall

Robots do simple surgical procedure

Paleobiology confessions 3: science, blogs, and being human

Pet Cougars – a Fatal Attraction?

Tennis Players’ Grunts Slow Opponents Down and AAAAIIEEE! Tennis Players’ Grunts May Help Their Game

Gorosaurus—That Other Giant Monster Dinosaur

A Fish-Eyed View (from Land of the Lost Comics, 1946)

Print-on-demand journals

Are war crimes caused by bad apples or bad barrels?

The questions we should still be asking about gender

It’s time for the bacterial evolution crowd to get their own toys

Science: It beats living in caves

Rocket stoves in Mwamgongo: Finalizing the design and seeing acceptance

Assassin bugs deceive spiders with coat of many corpses

Periodically Crazy

The Real Backyards of New York City

Pouches, pockets and sacs in the heads, necks and chests of mammals, part I: primates

Is Science a Job or a Calling?

The Why, When, Where and How of publishing data

There was an old lady who swallowed a bat (and its viruses) to catch the insects (and their viruses) to catch the plants (and their viruses) and there are some bacteria in there too (and their viruses)…

Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 2010 to Robert G. Edwards and Robert Edwards is awarded the 2010 Nobel Prize for the development of human in vitro fertilization (IVF) therapy and A surprising Nobel

When institutions fail

Berlin Brothel Embraces Active Transportation

Left vs Right (World) and Arrested moral development.

One of the great inventions that never was – until now?

Evolution Among the Trilobites – Part 2

Why Broadband Service in the U.S. Is So Awful

Closeted Discoverers: Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Scientists

Ouroboros and Peer Review: New Proposals Continue to Chase Their Own Tails

Gladwell discovers it takes more than 140 characters to overturn a government

Women’s Brains on Steroids?! WUT!?

How Climate Change Shaped Humanity

DNA – letters, stories, and narratives 60 years on

Which aspects of science are most advanced in terms of being openly accessible via the internet?

Authorities and hubs in Twitter conference feeds

How Building Standards Have Changed

Creationists and Y Chromosomes

The Shakers – and their importance for Evolutionary Studies

Being Blonde. Natural or otherwise…

Wasted Food Equals Wasted Energy


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