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Best of bestioles
Étonnantes, amusantes… parfois répugnantes. Toutes les merveilles du monde animal !
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Better Know a Fish!
A blog on fish biodiversity. Written by Ben Young Landis.
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Between a Rock and a Hard Place
Between a rock and a hard blog is the brainchild of Elspeth Robertson and Charly Stamper, wannabe members of the science twitterati and PhD students in the School of Earth Sciences, University of Bristol, UK. After two years of confining their idle PhD and science-related chat to the common room, they decided to unleash their musings to the world. Now joined by several other students in the department, the blog focuses on their PhD experiences during our first footholds in academia. They also love to ramble on about general Earth Science topics that pique our interest.
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Beyond The Lab
Exploring new cultures in science
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Big Ideas from the Benchtop
Inspiring quotes, pretty pictures, and recent research findings written in plain English. About science. Mostly biology.
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Big In Science
Big In Science: Innovation in science, health & medicine, and technology
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Binocular Vision
No summary available for this site.
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Bio 2.0
A student's perspective on the emerging field of synthetic biology, recent research, and its implications.
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biobabel
exploring diverse new biological research
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BioBlog
No summary available for this site.
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Biochem Blog
The NCSU Biochemistry blog is a team effort by the faculty and students of the biochemistry department to describe past and current research, science topics of general interest, our opinions of current events in science, and situations that we find humorous at a public university.
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BioChemical matters
I lecture Biochemistry at a small University in Oporto. Although originally raised as an experimental Biochemist, I have since changed my research into theoretical and computational chemistry and biochemistry. In this blog, I will mostly commment on recent (or not so recent...) research papers that happen to have called my attention. I hope someone will find it interesting/useful :-)
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biochemistri.es
Biochemistry research highlights, commentary on my fields of interest and occasional ventures into philosophy of science
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Biochemistry Revealed
Have you ever wondered just what exactly is in that fancy protein nutrition bar? Would you like to know more about DNA than the actors on CSI who pretend to solve crimes with it ? Have you ever wondered what all your aunt Thelma’s prescriptions are doing on a cellular level? Have you ever wanted to learn what all this gene therapy brouhaha is really about? Do you like tacos? (jk that has nothing to do with it)… If you’ve answered “yes” to any of the above questions and have always wanted to learn more about biology without carrying around a 12-pound textbook or being swallowed by a boredom-induced abyss, look no further! Biochemistry Revealed is here to promote scientific literacy– one podcast at a time… Whether you’re a budding biologist, an armchair scientist, or just someone who likes knowing cool stuff, we hope you’ll enjoy tuning into Biochemistry Revealed!
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Biocomicals
Biocomicals is a cartoon blog. Topics are about science and medicine. Biocomicals is regularly updated.
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biocreativity
art. biology. creativity. science. design. nature.
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BioDiverse Perspectives
Graduate Students on Biodiversity Science
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Biodiversity Heritage Library
This blog is written by staff writers who come from a consortium 14 of major natural history museum libraries, botanical libraries, and research institutions around the world. These institutions have joined forces to form the Biodiversity Heritage Library, a digital library providing open free access to digitized texts from the taxonomic corpus. Participating libraries include Harvard's University's Ernst Mayr Library, Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History and the California Academy of Sciences, just to name a few. They have over two million volumes of biodiversity literature, collected over 200 years to support the work of scientists, researchers, and students in their home institutions and throughout the world.
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Biodiversity in Focus
The world is full of interesting and extreme creatures, most of which go unnoticed on a daily basis. The majority of these creatures are insects, and at Biodiversity in Focus their stories are told through photography and tales out of the scientific literature. Fly (Diptera) diversity and natural history meets social media and science communication, bringing these amazing insects into the light.
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bioephemera
No summary available for this site.
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bioephemera
Science + art
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Biofortified
Biofortified's volunteer authors are devoted to providing factual information and fostering discussion about agriculture, especially plant genetics and genetic engineering.
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Biogeography Bits
A weekly highlight of new research in biogeography- the study of how living things got to live where they do on planet Earth and where they might go in the future.
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Biognosis
A blog about genomics: the art and science of decoding life (at all levels but mostly at its most common “microscopic” scale) AND about sharing & communicating the exciting decoded knowledge, in all possible forms and formats.
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BioJournalism
Accessible science for curious minds
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Biology Bytes
Exploring life one tidbit at a time
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Biology of Religion
No summary available for this site.
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BiologyBizarre
Sharing enthusiasm for the beautiful, the bizarre, the clever and the unexpected in biology
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bioMCMC
Bayesian Procedures in Biology
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Bioneering
No summary available for this site.
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