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66 millimetres Wide
A sideways look at the Nobel Prize for Physics
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AlunSalt.com
Ancient Science and the science of ancient things.
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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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Body Horrors
Body Horrors looks at the history, anthropology and geography of infectious diseases and parasites.
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Cocktail Party Physics
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Context | Science News
Science past and present, by veteran science journalist Tom Siegfried.
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Early Explorers in Egypt & Nubia
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Elemental
Deborah Blum is a Pulitzer-Prize winning science writer and the author of five books, most recently the best-seller, The Poisoner's Handbook: Murder and the Birth of Forensic Medicine in Jazz Age New York. She writes for a range of publications including Time, Scientific American, Slate, The Wall Street Journal, The Los Angeles Times (and even the literary journal, Tin House). She is currently working on a sixth book about poisonous food.
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Evidence Bytes
Bytes of medicine, science and evidence, past and present.
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From the Hands of Quacks
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Genotopia
Here Lies Truth Biomedicine and especially genetic medicine are among the most important and powerful cultural forces in our world today. This blog explores them from a historical and sometimes satirical point of view. My targets are hype, false promises, and hypocrisy, rather than any particular person or institution. Historical origins, cultural context, and humor are all ways of gaining a bit of perspective on the breathless world of biomedicine. Reflection and laughter can only help.
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History
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History of Geology
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History of Geology
What rocks tell and how we came to understand it
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History of Geology
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in propria persona // law+tech+history
Law + tech + history, from a JD/PhD graduate student in the history of science.
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Love in the Time of Chasmosaurs
Love in the Time of Chasmosaurs is a daily blog dedicated to our love affair with dinosaurs. From the newest discovery to the stories of the men and women who interpret their fossils, from the most accomplished paleoart to the goofiest children's book illustration, LITC has dinosaurs covered.
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Martin Grandjean - Digital Humanities and Network Analysis
Digital humanities, network analysis, data visualization, data-driven journalism... the personnal research blog of Martin Grandjean, historian, University of Lausanne (Switzerland)
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My Favorite Scientist
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Periodic Tabloid
Chemical Heritage Foundation staff and scholars provide a behind-the-scenes guide to activities at CHF, with reflections on science education, provocative explorations of chemistry in the wider world, and much more.
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Science News - Context
Science past and present
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Skulls in the Stars
The intersection of physics, optics, history and pulp fiction
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The Renaissance Mathematicus
An aging freak who fell in love with the history of science and now lives mostly in the 16th century.
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The Repository
History of science blog from the Royal Society.
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Zoonomian
Zoonomian is a science and technology blog inspired by the great polymath, lunar man, and author of the insightful ‘Zoonomia’ - Erasmus Darwin. It comprises personal writings, reports, and observations on a science and technology theme.
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