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Agile*
Subsurface science in oil and gas: geology, geophysics, petrophysics, reservoir engineering. Occasionally off-topic.
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AGU Blogosphere | GeoEd Trek
Part of the American Geophysical Union (AGU)'s Blogosphere, GeoEd Trek focuses on geoscience education/outreach and technology tools in the classroom, online, and in the field. Postings will occasionally address undergraduate research and science communication. The blog is run by Laura Guertin (Earth Science, Penn State Brandywine).
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alcohol tobacco and other drugs
Evidence-based news blog about alcohol tobacco and other drugs from a prevention point of view
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Algoworld - algorithms meet science
Algoworld explores algorithms, mathematical and computer models and how they influence and shape our daily lives, with a strong focus on science.
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Alien Plantation
No summary available for this site.
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All About Eggs
Everything you thought you ever wanted to know about eggs! Human eggs, that is.
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All Creatures Great AND Small: Preaching Microbial Supremacy!
Ruminations on the teaching of and research in microbiology at a small liberal arts undergraduate institution.
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All of My Faults are Stress Related
No summary available for this site.
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All that matters
"All that matters" highlights the latest exciting developments in the physical sciences. The blog is written by Joerg Heber, a Senior Editor at Nature Materials, one of the leading scientific journals in the physical sciences.
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ALL THINGS SCIENCE: Decoded and Demystified
My name is Sapeck Agrawal. I discovered my love for science writing during the course of my PhD from Johns Hopkins. I love communicating complex scientific principles to anyone who is curious, but doesn't necessarily have the background or training in the field. My blog is a medium for me to share with everyone the incredible research the goes on in the world of science, the stories of amazing people contributing to the progress of science, and exciting news and events that promise to augment our understanding of the world around us.
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Allotrope
Sharing the fascinating world of science
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alltagsforschung.de
Psychologie in Beruf und Privatleben
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Alternate Physics Ideas
No summary available for this site.
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Alternative Interpretations
Is science sometimes in danger of getting tunnel vision? Recently published ebook author, Ian Miller, looks at other possible theories arising from data that we think we understand. Can looking at problems in a different light give scientists a different perspective?
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AlunSalt.com
Ancient Science and the science of ancient things.
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Always Learning
No summary available for this site.
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Amasian Science
perspective and insight from the scientific amasian
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Ambika Kamath
The interrelationships between behaviour, morphology, and habitat
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Amboceptor
A historical blog, mostly covering microbiology (bacteria, viruses and parasites) and epidemiology. Some posts cover medicine and some cover basic lab science, from any period between the 18th century and 1970.
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American Society for Cell Biology
The ASCB Post is the science news, comment, and blog page of the American Society for Cell Biology, a scientific society with 11,000 members and (since 1961) 45 winners of the Nobel Prize in Medicine or in Chemistry. The ASCB Post covers the wider world of cell biology news, health implications, science policy issues, and whatever else seems germane to research biology in the early 21st century (i.e. many things). The Post is also home to "Activation Energy," the weekly blog of ASCB Executive Director Stefano Bertuzzi, a longtime bench scientist turned NIH policy geek and now turned ASCB executive.
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AMS Graduate Student Blog
A blog for and by math grad students.
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AMY YUMIKO GREEN
AQUATIC AND FISHERIES SCIENCE STUDENT - UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON
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An Atom's-Eye View of the Planet
Simon Redfern is a mineral physicist at the University of Cambridge, where he works on applying an understanding of the properties of Earth materials at the atomic scale to a wide range of problems across Earth’s history, on global scale. He observes that understanding interactions across length scales and time scales yields helpful insights into how our planet works. Here, he reflects on these interactions: who knows what emergent phenomena may result?
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An Ecological Oratorio
Biodiversity, Carbon footprint, Climate Change, Conservation, Corporate social responsibility, Ecotourism, Endangered Species, Environment, Environmental education, Environmental issues, Environmental policy, Environmental Pollution, Nature, Ocean acidification, Particulate matter, Phthalates, Plastics, Sustainable development, Sustainable living
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An Epidemic of Addiction
No summary available for this site.
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An interactive audio visual learning experiment
Latest topics from Science and Nature, with visual interactive animation to illustrate concepts
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Ancient Shore
No summary available for this site.
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Andrew Fraknoi: Exploring the Universe
In this blog, astronomer and educator Andrew Fraknoi discusses new developments in astronomy (in non-technical terms) and suggests new resources for enjoying your own exploration of the universe.
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Andy Russell's Blog
No summary available for this site.
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Angry by Choice
No summary available for this site.
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