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The Onion on two Nobel Prizes

Allelopathic Effects of Water Hyacinth [Eichhornia crassipes]

Cool Evolution Trick: Platinum Turns Baby Snails Into Slugs

How to trick yourself creative

Avoiding Stalkers on the Internet

Silicon Valley: The New Detroit?

Who’s Your Mommy?– who were the mares that gave rise to thoroughbred horses?

The Joy of Sexism

The Magic Electric Car Bullet

The Traveling Salesmen of Climate Skepticism

Study: Americans Get Majority Of Exercise While Drunk

Breakin’ the Law – Is it ok for teachers to not follow policy regarding cell phones in the classroom?

GM corn helps farmers who don’t use it

RTP area leverages its biotech strengths to become vaccine R&D hub

Waiting for a Solution: When Will Subscriptions Reach the iPad?

Numbers make potent weapon for tricksters

The stormy lives of blue crabs

Little Colored Girls Want To Wear Pearls Too

Do they know it’s broken?

Physics Is Not a Mad Lib

Monkey self-recognition? Not so fast!

Be wary of the righteous rationalist: We should reject Sam Harris’s claim that science can be a moral guidepost – agree or disagree?

Mice Exposed To Night Light Get Heavy – Light at night increases mice body mass, apparently by shifting food intake to times when the animals are less active.

7 Cities About to Sink

No Fleas Please

The Fossils of Concepts

Bed Bugs: better bitten than smitten

Should sprinting shape scorpion’s stingers?

Cultivating little scientists from the age of two

Airplanes in Space?

Cascading Peer-Review — The Future of Open Access?

Dear Paul Carr, You Suck.

An Education Beyond The Classroom: Excelling In The Realm Of Horizontal Academics


One response to “Quick Links

  1. Ozie Nocek

    Wow that was strange. I just wrote an really long comment but after I clicked submit my comment didn’t show up. Grrrr… well I’m not writing all that over again. Regardless, just wanted to say fantastic blog!