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Brainwaves
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Breaking Orbit
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BreakingBio
The home of the Breaking Bio podcast, a round-table discussion format with scientists and other science-types about whatever science topics come to mind. With regular guests and cohosts @BehavEcology, @BioInFocus, @tomhouslay, @Bug_Girl, @hylopsar, and @HeidiKayDeidi.
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Brent Neal
Scientist. Geek.
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Bringing the Heat: An ME/CFS Blog
Bringing the Heat
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British Oceanographic Data Centre
Latest news from the British Oceanographic Data Centre (BODC). BODC is a national facility for preserving and distributing oceanographic and marine data. Staff have direct experience of marine data collection and analysis and they work alongside information technology specialists to ensure that the biological, chemical, physical and geophysical data handled are documented and stored for current and future use.
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Broad Sciences
Scientific Research
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Brookhaven Bits & Bytes
No summary available for this site.
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Budding Scientist
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Building Blogs of Science
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Built on Facts
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Buried Treasure
Welcome to Buried Treasure, my blog on computational biology. I am a computational biologist who tends to work on way too many projects at any one time. Many of these result in observations that I find interesting - but not interesting enough to bother writing up a manuscript and sending it to a peer-reviewed journal. In other cases the results were simply negative and no conclusions could be drawn. My disk may thus contain "buried treasure". I use this blog to make my never-to-be-published observations openly available. As I don't plan on continuing these projects, anyone is welcome to pick up a project and continue where I left off. I also plan on reporting negative results on this blog so that others can hopefully avoid repeating analyses that would lead them nowhere.
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But Not Simpler
A place where you can ask the questions you thought were too nerdy for real answers.
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Buzz Hoot Roar
Buzz Hoot Roar is a graphics-driven blog where we offer our take on exciting scientific concepts in 300 words or less.
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C6-H12-O6
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Cancer Forums and News - Ask a research scientist
Cancer focus is an oncology focused site curated by Duncan Ross Ph.D. designed to provide information on new discoveries and clinical trials directly to patients seeking information in an unbiased fashion.
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Cancer inCYTES Blog
Cancer InCytes approaches the cancer epidemic with a holistic perspective. Our articles cover cancer research, medical practice and ethics, public health research, and sociological factors and legal policies that hinder access to healthcare for disadvantaged groups. Human disease and society comprise one complex system of interconnected subnetworks.
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Cancer Research 101
The personal blog of a retired research expert that details some of the amazing progress we are making in fighting cancers through the power of cancer research. It is written entirely for the Non-Scientist, so that every reader can appreciate some of the astounding breakthroughs, but also some of the disappointments and caveats, behind today's (and tomorrow's) headlines.
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Cancer Research UK - Science Update
We are the world's leading charity dedicated to saving lives through research. Our blog is co-written by three of Cancer Research UK’s professional science communicators, Henry Scowcroft, Kat Arney and Oliver Childs. Our aim is to cover the latest cancer research, including that funded by the charity. We’ll also be highlighting other relevant material, debunking myths and media scares, and providing links to other helpful resources.
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Cancerevo: Evolution and cancer
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Candid Engineer in Academia
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Carbonstuff
Carbonstuff is about learning and science, the RIGHT way. School really destroys the fun out of learning and discovery. My goal is to put that fun back. Let’s explore this awesome world around us, together ! If you are new here, you should check my previous posts so that you don’t miss anything. Created by Bharath Raghavan.
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Careers Advisor
From the careers service at the RSC - helping scientists to build a successful career in the chemical sciences.
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Carolina Atheist
A personal / scientific / rational discussion of the problems atheists face in the Bible Belt.
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Carolina Scientific Online
A blog about undergraduate research and research in general at UNC-Chapel Hill.
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Carpe Diem, Science
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Carry the One Radio: Short Interviews with Scientists
Started in 2009, Carry The One Radio is a series of short interviews with scientists. The show is run entirely by a small group of dedicated young scientists, mostly graduate students at UCSF, who want to bridge the gap between the scientific community and the general public. We value science education and we encourage teachers and students alike to share our freely available episodes with as many people as possible. On the 1st of each month, we will post a new interview along with information about the scientist. You can download each episode as an mp3, subscribe to the show via iTunes, or simply listen to each episode directly on our website.
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Casaubon's Book
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Casimiro - Latest Hubs
Listing of Latest Hubs by Casimiro
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Casting out Nines
I am a mathematician and educator with interests in cryptology, computer science, and STEM education. I am affiliated with the Mathematics Department at Grand Valley State University in Allendale, Michigan. The views here are my own and are not necessarily shared by GVSU.\n
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