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Blogs about Science

  1. Earth science (21)
  2. Engineering (3)
  3. Mathematics (17)
  4. Medicine (6)
  5. Natural world (14)
  6. Space (28)

20 blogs about Science.

  1. Asymptotia
    By Clifford V. Johnson. 🇺🇸

    The Life Scientific Interview
    After doing a night bottle feed of our youngest in the wee hours of the morning some nights earlier this week, in order to help me get back to sleep I decided to turn on …
    By Clifford, 157 words

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  2. Azimuth NEW
    “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. 🇺🇸

    Chemistry and Invariant Theory
    In an alternative history of the world, perhaps quantum mechanics could have been discovered by chemists following up on the theories of two mathematicians from the late 1800s: Sylvester, and Gordan. Both are famous for …
    By John Baez, 1,928 words

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  3. 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 …
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  4. Biology News
    “Read the latest science news from on biology, evolution, microbiology, biotechnology.” 🇬🇧

    Surprise finding shows that neutrophils can be key antitumor weapons
    White blood cells called neutrophils have an unappreciated role in eradicating solid tumors, according to a surprise discovery from a team led by Weill Cornell Medicine scientists.
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  5. Chemistry News
    “The latest news stories on chemistry, biochemistry, polymers, materials science from” 🇬🇧

    Using operando Raman spectroscopy to investigate converting carbon dioxide to ethanol on Ag nanowires
    In a study, published in the journal Science China Chemistry and led by Prof. Pingping Fang (School of Chemistry, Zhejiang University) and Prof. Jianfeng Li (College of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, Xiamen University), experiments were …
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  6. Lifeboat Foundation News Blog
    “Has tens of thousands of scientific blog posts!” 🇺🇸

    Allies or enemies of cancer: The dual fate of neutrophils
    Why do cancer immunotherapies work so extraordinarily well in a minority of patients, but fail in so many others? By analyzing the role of neutrophils, immune cells whose presence usually signals treatment failure, scientists from …
    By Shubham Ghosh Roy, 282 words

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  7. 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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  8. Nanotechnology News
    “Nanotechnology. The latest news on nanoscience, nanoelectronics, science and technology. Updated Daily.” 🇬🇧

    Researcher studies control of the radiative heat transfer in a pair of rotating nanostructures
    Hot bodies emit heat in the form of electromagnetic radiation. Lightbulbs and night vision cameras are examples of technologies based on this physical phenomenon. Our daily experience tells us that heat is always directed from …
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  9. New Things Under the Sun
    “A living literature review on social science research about innovation.” By Matt Clancy. 🇺🇸

    The Rest
    A guide to some of the articles here that don't quite fit into other categories (yet)
    By Matt Clancy, 18 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. 🇺🇸

    Links (67)
    Links Nikunj Koathari's H1B-to-US-residency guide The present, past, and future of pharmaceutical blockbusters Experimental gene therapy trials, happening in the charter city Prospera Estimating ChatGPT's inference costs Ben Reinhardt launches Speculative Technologies (previously PARPA) A …
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  11. Not Even Wrong
    By Peter Woit. 🇺🇸

    A Muon Collider?
    The US particle physics community has been going through a multi-year process designed to lead up this fall to a 10 year strategic plan to be presented to the DOE and the NSF. In particular, …
    By woit, 862 words

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  12. Physics News
    “The latest news in physics, materials science, quantum physics, optics and photonics, superconductivity science and technology. Updated Daily.” 🇬🇧

    Exploiting dark autoionizing states for enhancing extreme ultraviolet lasers
    An international research team led by Professors Tsuneyuki Ozaki and François Légaré at the Institut national de la recherche scientifique (INRS), has developed a unique method to enhance the power of a laser source emitting …
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  13. Quanta Magazine | Science and Math News
    “Illuminating mathematics, physics, biology and computer science research through public service journalism.” 🇺🇸

    How a DNA ‘Parasite’ May Have Fragmented Our Genes
    All animals, plants, fungi and protists — which collectively make up the domain of life called eukaryotes — have genomes with a peculiar feature that has puzzled researchers for almost half a century: Their genes …
    By Jake Buehler, 72 words

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  14. 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. 🇩🇪

    Renaissance garbage ­– I
    In case you hadn’t noticed there is a four-weekly cycle of blog posts here at the Renaissance Mathematicus. Week one is a new series post, week two a fairly random #histSTM post, week three the …
    By thonyc, 3,764 words

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

    One small error for a physicist, one giant blunder for planetary science
    For a decade, scientists have been scratching their heads when trying to put a date on primeval events like the crystallization of the magma ocean on the moon or the early formation of Earth’s continental …
    By Frederik Joelving, 558 words

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

    If AI scaling is to be shut down, let it be for a coherent reason
    There’s now an open letter arguing that the world should impose a six-month moratorium on the further scaling of AI models such as GPT, by government fiat if necessary, to give AI safety and interpretability …
    By Scott, 1,180 words

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

    Maryland Wants to Be the First US State to Switch to a 4-Day Work Week
    Last summer, the biggest four-day work week trial in the world kicked off in the UK. 3,300 people started working 80 percent of their regular hours for 100 percent of their pay. Feedback from employees …
    By Vanessa Bates Ramirez, 626 words

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    “Mad Science Blogging.” 🇺🇸

    Links for March 2023
    The Sixth Stage of Grief Is Retro-computing (h/t Visakan) ExFatLoss on measurement: a “Regular, Boring Scale” is the best way to measure body weight for weight loss. “All other methods are either less precise, more …
    By slimemoldtimemold, 529 words

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

    Beverly Cleary is winner in third iteration of Greatest Seminar Speaker competition
    Our third seminar speaker competition has come to an end, with the final round pitting Beverly “Ramona” Cleary against Laura “Ingalls” Wilder. Before going on, I’d like to say that Alison Bechdel is the “Veronica …
    By Andrew, 635 words

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  20. Watered Down Physics
    “By Alan Reifman, Non-Physicist.”

    Vox Explains Henrietta Leavitt's 1908 Discovery of How to Measure Distances to Stars and Galaxies
    Vox provides a very clear explanation of Henrietta Leavitt's 1908 discovery that allows us to estimate the distance to stars and galaxies. The book Einstein's Greatest Mistake (which I previously reviewed here) also discusses Leavitt's …
    By alan, 132 words

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