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Blogs about Science

  1. Earth science (21)
  2. Engineering (3)
  3. Mathematics (35)
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  5. Natural world (17)
  6. Space (28)

21 blogs about Science.

  1. 4 gravitons
    “The trials and tribulations of four gravitons and a physicist.” 🇩🇰

    On the Care and Feeding of International Employees
    Science and scholarship are global. If you want to find out the truth about the universe, you’ll have to employ the people best at figuring out that truth, regardless of where they come from. Research …
    By 4gravitons, 967 words

    Feed Roughly one post per week. Started in .

  2. Abakcus
    “The best curation site for only math and science.” By Ali Kaya.

    6 Beautiful Lego Ideas for the Science Savvy: Unleashing Creativity with Engineering
    I have compiled a list of the top 6 awe-inspiring LEGO ideas that you can build at home, guaranteed to spark your creativity and test your building skills to the limit. Whether you are a …
    By Ali Kaya, 74 words

    Feed Roughly two posts per month.

  3. Asymptotia
    By Clifford V. Johnson. 🇺🇸

    And so it begins…
    There’s not much in this post, but I wanted to mark a significant date. It is the first day of the rest of 2023, but in addition, it is the beginning of a new chapter …
    By Clifford, 72 words

    Feed Roughly nine posts per year. Started in .

  4. Azimuth
    “From math to physics to earth science and biology, computer science … centered around the theme of what scientists, engineers and programmers can do to help save a planet in crisis.” By John Baez. 🇺🇸

    Lectures on Applied Category Theory
    Want to learn applied category theory? You can now read my lectures here: • Lectures on applied category theory There are a lot of them, but each one is bite-sized and basically covers just one …
    By John Baez, 720 words

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  5. Backdrifting: Milo Trujillo's Cyber-Nest
    “An intersection of social system design, cybernetics, and hacking.” 🇺🇸

    AntNet: Networks from Ant Colonies
    AntNet: Networks from Ant Colonies Posted 08/07/2023 Ant nests look kind of like networks - they have rooms, and tunnels between the rooms, analogous to vertices and edges on a graph. A graph representation of …
    1,377 words

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  6. Bartosz Ciechanowski
    “Interactive articles about physics, math, and engineering.” 🇺🇸

    There is something delightful about riding a bicycle. Once mastered, the simple action of pedaling to move forward and turning the handlebars to steer makes bike riding an effortless activity. In the demonstration below, you …
    90 words

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  7. Data Colada
    “Thinking about evidence and vice versa.” By Uri Simonsohn, Leif Nelson, Joe Simmons.

    [114] Exhibits 3, 4, and 5
    We recently presented evidence of data tampering in four retracted papers co-authored by Harvard Business School professor Francesca Gino. She is now suing the three of us (and Harvard University). Gino’s lawsuit (.htm), like many …
    By Uri, Joe, & Leif, 74 words

    Feed Roughly 11 posts per year. Started in .

  8. Mind Hacks – Neuroscience and psychology news and views.
    “Neuroscience and psychology news and views.” By Tom Stafford, Vaughan Bell. 🇬🇧

    The effect varies for different people. Take a moment and look at this. Some people don’t see anything special: just a blue iris in a red eye. Image: CC-BY Tom Stafford 2022 For me though, …
    By tomstafford, 736 words

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  9. New Things Under the Sun
    “A living literature review on social science research about innovation.” By Matt Clancy. 🇺🇸

    Test Index
    Testing alternative ways of displaying the index entries
    By Matt Clancy, 10 words

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  10. Nintil
    “To estimate, compare, distinguish, discuss, and trace to its principal sources everything.” By José Luis Ricón Fernández de la Puente. 🇺🇸

    Massive input and/or spaced repetition
    I've written in the past a couple of blogposts on education and learning: these two on Bloom's two sigma and mastery learning, and spaced repetition systems (SRS) are the main examples. Something I noticed today …
    1,304 words

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  11. Not Even Wrong
    By Peter Woit. 🇺🇸

    Frenkel on String Theory
    Curt Jaimungal’s Theories of Everything podcast has a new episode featuring a long talk with Edward Frenkel (by the way, I’ll be doing one of these next month). A few months ago I wrote about …
    By woit, 747 words

    Feed Roughly four posts per month. Started in .

  12. Quanta Magazine | Science and Math News
    “Illuminating mathematics, physics, biology and computer science research through public service journalism.” 🇺🇸

    How Simple Math Moves the Needle
    Imagine you’re rolling down the street in a driverless car when you see a problem ahead. An Amazon delivery driver got their van halfway past a double-parked UPS truck before realizing they couldn’t make it …
    By Patrick Honner, 76 words

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  13. The Renaissance Mathematicus
    “An aging freak who fell in love with the history of science and now lives mostly in the 16th century.” By Thony Christie. 🇩🇪

    Twas on a Tuesday morning that the first email it came… A tale of Brexit Britain and a book
    Readers of this blog will know that I’m a Brit living in German. Well, since Brexit only half a Brit, as I’m now a dual national. In the good old pre-Brexit days, I could buy …
    By thonyc, 1,990 words

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  14. Retraction Watch
    “Tracking retractions as a window into the scientific process.” By Alison Abritis, Ellie Kincaid. 🇺🇸

    Weekend reads: ‘The band of debunkers’; a superconductor retraction request; ‘the banality of bad-faith science’
    Would you consider a donation to support Weekend Reads, and our daily work? The week at Retraction Watch featured: Yale professor’s book ‘systematically misrepresents’ sources, review claims Nature flags doubts over Google AI study, pulls …
    By Ivan Oransky, 607 words

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  15. Sabine Hossenfelder: Backreaction
    “Science News, Physics, Science, Philosophy, Philosophy of Science.” 🇩🇪 🇺🇸

    How I reached 1 Million Subscribers on YouTube -- And you can, too.
    We’ve made it to 1 million subscribers! Thank you all for making this happen. To honour the occasion, I want to summarize some of my thoughts about how YouTube works and what works on YouTube. …
    By Sabine Hossenfelder, 56 words

    Feed Roughly two posts per week. Started in .

  16. Shtetl-Optimized
    “The Blog of Scott Aaronson.” 🇺🇸

    Quantum miscellany
    Tomorrow at 1:30pm US Central time, I’ll be doing an online Q&A with Collective[i] Forecast about quantum computing (probably there will also be questions about AI safety). It’s open to all. Hope to see some …
    By Scott, 509 words

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  17. Singularity Hub
    By Jason Dorrier, Vanessa Bates Ramirez, Shelly Fan. 🇺🇸

    This Week’s Awesome Tech Stories From Around the Web (Through September 30)
    ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE A Silicon Valley Supergroup Is Coming Together to Create an AI Device Tripp Mickle and Cade Metz | The New York Times “[Sam Altman and Jony Ive] and their companies are teaming up …
    By Singularity Hub Staff, 842 words

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    “Mad Science Blogging.” 🇺🇸

    Mysteries Contest: Winners
    Thanks to everyone who participated or voted in the Mysteries Contest! The winners are: FIRST PLACE:What’s the Deal With Airplane Food Iodine and Longevity? by Kevin Shea, writing as Lee S. Pubb. SECOND PLACE:Why is …
    By slimemoldtimemold, 465 words

    Feed Roughly three posts per month. Started in .

  19. Statistical Modeling, Causal Inference, and Social Science
    By Andrew Gelman. 🇺🇸

    Brooks Robinson, Earl Weaver, and a general principle of management
    Reading this mini-obituary of the great third baseman reminds me of a passage from Earl Weaver’s autobiography. It has a great passage . . . I don’t remember the exact words, but it’s relating some …
    By Andrew, 173 words

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  20. Thinking about Science with David Hukins
    “Understanding science NOT learning "facts".” 🇫🇷

    23.11 Integration by parts
    Before you read this, I suggest you read section 10 of post 22.10. In post 22.10 we saw that integration reverses the process of differentiation. Suppose f and f’ are functions of x only and …
    By David Hukins, 264 words

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