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Tweetlinks, 10-19-09

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Open Access Week: a researcher’s perspective

On an Impulse: SFN Neuroblogging

Research Brief: Library savings from full flip to open access via article processing fees: about two-thirds savings

Reexamining Ardipithecus ramidus in Light of Human Origins

Looking at the genitals of naked mole rats

100th Open Access Mandate Reached!

US National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) Adopts OA mandate

Support for Vaccination Has a Well-Known Liberal Bias and An Epidemic of Fear: How Panicked Parents Skipping Shots Endangers Us All

John Wilbanks: I have seen the paradigm shift, and it is us (PDF)

Tim Berners Lee gets award at start of OA week

Gorgeous @blprnt visualization of when people say “Good morning” on Twitter: GoodMorning!

Research Remix video contest for OA week

Joanne Loves Science: October Science So Far (video)

Farmers are women! Absolutely brilliant photo essay: Female Farmers

Can Google Earth save an indigenous tribe with maps?

RT @Scobleizer: FriendFeed’s Paul Buchheit says that it isn’t dead yet.

School children’s performance is influenced by their chronotype

Video: NIH director has big plans for autism research

Columbia Suspends Environmental Journalism Program

The Reconstruction of American Journalism

Digital Geoscience links from GSA, part 1

Stitching science together – Google Wave for scientists

Emergent Universe

How To: Extract DNA from your Halloween pumpkin

The Symphony of Science – Spreading scientific knowledge & philosophy through music