Tuesday, February 07, 2006

Link-Love: Continuing with the Alphabet of Science Blogs

Before I move on with the alphabet onto the Ps, Qs and Rs, I need to catch up with the A-through-N blogs I missed so far.

Accidental Blogger: Look out, they've got GERMS!

Resource Scarcity and Asteroid Mining on Anthonares.

Everything Scientific Vol. VII and Happy hour: And how do we smell? on Balancing Life

Bartholomew Cubbins on RNA has good movies: Bartholomew Cubbins on RNA Episode 6: Famous RNA Investigator Fun and Bartholomew Cubbins on RNA Episode 7: What Not To Do During a Group Meeting.

A lone grave and the “coffin tree” and the Tachinid fly on Ben Cruachan Blog.

Amniotic Fluid Protein Profiling Identifies Infection and Pre-term Birth Risk and Turmeric: Potential Cure for Cancer, Cystic Fibrosis and Alzheimer's Disease? are some of the recent posts on The Biotech Weblog.

From Chaotic Utopia: Just what did that groundhog see yesterday? and The Battle of the Skeptic and the Empath.

Circadian Shift is not really a science blog, but it has a scientific name.

Bush Budget Cuts MSHA and OSHA Staffing, reports Confined Space.

Fluorescent proteins and the currency of Darwin on The Dyticas Chronicles.

Eide Neurolearning Blog: Teach with Me, Not at Me.

Miracle Planet and The Human/Chimp Family on Evolutionary Middleman.

This one is new to me. I am skeptical, of course, when someone proposes a "new theory of evolution", but what I see on the blog are mainly reports on the mainstream evolution papers, mostly evo-devo, and some accent on Baldwin Effect and related stuff, so it can be a useful resource: Evolution - An Internal Evolutionary Mechanism?.

Expert Opinion on The crayfish and the computer.

Moment Of Science is having the science-blogging community all abuzz with the Metabolism of Evolution Information in the Blogosphere.

Ms. Frizzle is a science teacher. Try When all you have to do is ask... and Animals on the Underground.

Nice Shoes, Wanna Fock? is a brand new group blog by five physics grad students.

Finding the Love of Your Life ( A Lesson in Probability) by Ominidictum: Essays in Science.

You'll have to wait for Ps (I know, I know, Panda's Thumb and Pharyngula....) until tomorrow or later....

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