Index

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A great tree
Science, evolution and society
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a leaf warbler's gleanings
Semi-random observations of an interdisciplinary scientist studying evolutionary ecology in the interstices of human enterprise, in the real spaces we leave open for other species to coexist with us, and the virtual spaces where we communicate increasingly. The mostly science but somewhat personal blog of a reconciliation ecologist studying the responses of wildlife to human influences through an evolutionary lens. Also a father of two girls; photographer; birdwatcher; bookworm; cinephile; and explorer of the internets.
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A Method of Conclusions
biology, science education, science communication
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A Replicated Typo
A Replicated Typo was originally your standard wordpress blog dedicated to the non-standard theme of evolutionary linguistics. Its original author, James Winters, recently (July 2010) decided to buy his own host, get a decent domain and expand his list of contributors. Those currently writing for the blog include Sean Roberts, Hannah Little, Michael Pleyer, Anne Pritchard, Richard Littauer and Bill Benzon.
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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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Ambika Kamath
The interrelationships between behaviour, morphology, and habitat
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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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Babel's Dawn
A blog about the origins of speech: from primate vocalizations to story telling
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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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Ciencia Ao Natural
A Paleontologist (PhD) views on science, art and politics.
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Context and Variation
This blog covers women's reproductive physiology (ladybusiness), the menstrual cycle, evolutionary medicine, human behavior, and biological anthropology.
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Culturing Science
No summary available for this site.
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Cunabulum
The name for this blog comes from an obscure morphological characteristic unique to the genus Stylidium (triggerplants) of Australia. The term was coined by Allen Lowrie and Kevin Kenneally in 1994 and refers to a "cradle" or pouch-like structure formed by the column (fused male and female reproductive organs). A professor once told me that botanists come up with names for these characters while in the field waiting for their plants to flower. I find this attribute charming and the growing lexicon challenging but fun to learn.
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Dance like a monkey
Die Wunder des Lebens
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Deep Time's Tales
Earth formed 4.5 billion years ago, and it's still here. This planet definitely has some stories to tell.
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Denim and Tweed
Evolution, coevolution, and diverse distractions.
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Digging up the future...
Not Just the Past
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Eco-Evo Evo-Eco
eco-evolutionary dynamics
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Ecologica
Evolution, ecology, animal behaviour and more...
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Empirical Zeal
Empirical Zeal is my attempt to communicate the wonder and excitement of science with jargon free summaries of new experiments and discoveries.
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ESC Blog
Official blog of the Entomological Society of Canada, insect science, diversity and photography is discussed by a diverse society of entomology students, academics, professionals and enthusiasts.
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EvoEcoLab
No summary available for this site.
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Evolution for Everyone
No summary available for this site.
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Evolutionary Palaeobiology
Evopalaeo: an insightful and exiting window into the lost worlds of prehistory. We aim to provide interesting, detailed and, crucially, accessible discussions into diverse topics relating to palaeontology, evolutionary biology and comparative anatomy.
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EvolutionBlog
No summary available for this site.
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Evolverie
No summary available for this site.
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Evolving Economics
Evolving Economics is a blog by Jason Collins of his thoughts on economics, evolution and those areas in between.
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For the Ears
I’m a student of Medieval English Language and Literature at Oxford University with a special interest in the intersections of science and the sound-arts: poetry and music. I’m particularly fascinated by evolutionary studies and the neuroscience of language and music, so blog about recent research in these fields as well as about the interactions of science and the arts more generally. These areas, which elucidate our understanding of how the human brain perceives art, also significantly inform my own poetry and music. Along with any promotion of science’s place in the arts, I think it is also important to debunk popular opinions that are antagonistic to science having a place at all.
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Gene Expression
No summary available for this site.
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Genes to Genomes
The GSA journals blog on genetics and genomics research. Read the stories behind the latest research in the journals GENETICS and G3: Genes|Genomes|Genetics, find guest posts from leaders in the field, and stay up to date with publishing tips and announcements from our editors
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