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Anole Annals
Your source for the latest on Anolis lizards.
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Anthropology in Practice
Anthropology in Practice (AiP) is designed to bring anthropology to the general public. It lays bare the relationships we have to each other and the world by drawing on practical, everyday events to explain anthropological theory
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Anthropology in Practice
No summary available for this site.
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Anthropology of Microbes
Musings about diet, health and microbes.
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Anthrozoologist Real Gosling
Hey Girl, the internet’s boyfriend has some downy, adorable competition. It's meme, science, human-animal studies, geese & Ryan Gosling. The mission of Anthrozoologist Real Gosling is to provide anthrozoological news and tidbits in an accessible, fun, silly (but smart) way.
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Antisense Science
We are Antisense Science and we are on a science mission! As a group of bioscience students from Newcastle, our aim is to remove the jargon and simplify all other manner of nonsensical things in scientific writing. We will be looking at current research and presenting it in bite-size digestible chunks, as well as summarising topics that we’re interested in and looking at science stories in the news whilst also explaining the research behind them.
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Anxiety & OCD Exposed
No summary available for this site.
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AoBBlog
Post from the weblog for Annals of Botany and AoB Plants.
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Aperture Science Journal Club
Speculating on the science in speculative fiction.
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apPropulsion
An aerospace engineering tech blog
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Aptiv Solutions
Blog about the medical device, diagnostics, and pharmaceutical industry, specifically in the areas of clinical trials, regulatory affairs, and adaptive design.
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Archaeology
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ArchyFantasies
An active Archaeologist myself, I've gotten a bit tired of the use of bad science and archaeology to defend and "prove" made up claims. In this vein my blog should help others who are not familiar with how archaeology actually works to understand the truth and see through the misleading lies of others
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Arizona Geology
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Arizona Writer
Arizona Writer includes biology, nature exploration, and more as discovered by me and my 10-year-old son. I'm especially interested in Arizona animals, spiders, and science education.
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Around the Mall
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Arrowsmith Blog
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Arthropod Ecology
The arthropod ecology blog is focused on stories and commentary related to the ecology of insects and spiders, Arachnology in general, biodiversity science, natural history, and academic life. It features summaries of research papers in these fields.
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Arthropoda
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artologica
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As Many Exceptions As Rules
Exceptions to natural and biological rules as well as amazing stories of adaptation and diversity are used to illustrate and reinforce the core concepts of biology.
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asdfScience
asdfScience is a science blog started by two science enthusiastic teenagers – Aditya and Atul. It was created on 1st of March, 2013. Our aim is to popularise science and to unleash creativity and curiosity. We welcome all thoughts and questions in all categories of science and computing, as well. We ask weird and interesting questions out of curiosity which people usually don’t notice in their life.
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Ask a Vet Question
The life of a veterinarian. Dr. Marie shares stories of her veterinary career.
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Ask Dr. Molly
No summary available for this site.
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Asklabs
ASKlabs Documentary Film
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Assembled Chaos
Blog dedicated to the how to of science. Specifically focusing on how to make collaborations as efficient and productive as possible. Topics range from research proposal preparation to collaborating on a societal level. This is where scientists can learn how to increase their return on the time they invest in collaboration.
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Assignment: Impossible
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Astro Guyz
I’m originally from Mapleton, Maine, and retired from the U.S Air Force as an Aircraft Armament Systems Specialist. I have been fasinated by astronomy and science since watching the last Apollo Moonshots in the early 70′s and Star Trek re-runs as a kid. I’ve owned about half a dozen telescopes, done public out reach, built my own observatory, and operated the 16-scope and the University of Arizonas’ Flandreau Observatory. I’ve also contributed variable and meteor observing data. I started this blog in response to the huge interest I see in the general public, as well as some of the mis-conceptions I’ve heard.
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Astrogator's Logs
New Words, New Worlds
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Astronasty
Breaking science news and multimedia, heavy on astronomy and physics (and heavy on citing) New vids, pics, articles, and the occasional research post
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