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...under the Samaan tree
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A Blog Around The Clock
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A Chemical Life
Features and news on the chemistry behind biochemistry
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A Method of Conclusions
biology, science education, science communication
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Accumulating Glitches
How have organisms become what we see today? This blog focuses on the process of evolution and the richly diverse, intricately interconnected world of species it has generated.
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AcercaCiencia
AcercaCiencia is an educational and outreach project about Natural Science directed towards all Ibero-America. Its contents are in Spanish language and free to use, published under the Creative Commons BY-NC-ND 3.0 license. It aims to bring closer the knowledge generated by the scientific community to society, generating motivation and interest about the mysteries of Nature.
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Alien Plantation
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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 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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Amasian Science
perspective and insight from the scientific amasian
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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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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 interactive audio visual learning experiment
Latest topics from Science and Nature, with visual interactive animation to illustrate concepts
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Angry by Choice
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Animal Oddities
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Animal Science Review
On this blog, I’ll examine current published and unpublished research focusing on animal science and veterinary medicine, share observations in my personal studies, and occasionally discuss other interests. Please feel free to leave comments and help promote discussion.
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Animal Welfare Blog
An objective, concise and entertaining look at current topics concerning animal welfare, behaviour and ethics.
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Animals
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Animals in the News
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AnimalWise
AnimalWise is dedicated to sharing research and information about the minds and lives of the animals with whom we share the planet, including their cognitive capabilities, social relationships, and remarkable adaptations.
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Anole Annals
Your source for the latest on Anolis lizards.
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AoBBlog
Post from the weblog for Annals of Botany and AoB Plants.
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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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Arthropoda
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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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Balanced Instability
Academic life, trials and tribulations of being on the tenure track
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Baldscientist
I am a PhD level pharmacologist and neurobiologist with a tad of physics envy (:-)... My blog is primarily about science, neurobiology, pharmacology and research, but I also talk about evolution, natural history, autism, etc. My current research interests are behavioral and biochemical pharmacology and I frequently talk in my blog about my experimental organism, planarians.
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Beaker
Where do new medicines start? They start in the lab, where scientists study the biological mechanisms that contribute to good health or, when they go awry, cause disease. Beaker highlights interesting science, Sanford-Burnham Medical Research Institute and our supporters.
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Beatrice the Biologist
Beatrice the Biologist is an online biology education and weirdness experiment to show everyone how interesting and entertaining biology really is.
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