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Scientwists Twitter List by David Bradley on Listorious
FLOTUS: Elevating the social status of nerds everywhere
An open letter to the medical community – Some passionate debate about personal genomics!
The Genomic Ark: 10,000 vertebrate genomes
Beautiful electron microscopic and computer modelling images from the new book by Frankel & Whitesides
Claiming to be unbiased is a patronising fairytale, so let’s just own up to our agendas
International Wolf Center Podcasts
Knowledge as a public good
Get with the times, Jay Rosen tells journos
LOL – Republicans come up with their own Healthcare plan: Congressional Budget Office Thrashes Republican Health-Care Plan. Embarassing!
This is bad, this is very bad – shooting at Ft. Hood
Polarized News? The Media’s Moderate Bias
For improving early literacy, reading comics is no child’s play
The age of informavore
Deals and their consequences, reports on green technology & personalized medicine
Calculating Animal Intelligence and Top 10 Smartest Mammals
On the media (or press) – science journalism, right and wrong.
Reflections on Science 2.0 from a distance – Part II
Awesome computer animation (wmv download) by Animusic.
The Secret to Learning is Unlearning
Responsibility: Shane and Joe – Health Care Organizational Ethics: “For every lone cowboy, there’s a community of support”
Response to Dan Ariely’s Duke Sex Toy Study Is Predictably Irrational
World-Science podcast: Swine Flu in the Amazon, Fixing Technological Fixes, Tsavo Lions and forum: Making Technology Work — for People with Anu Ramaswami.
Student journalists wage battle for H1N1 death certificates
Year of Energy 2009
Can We Talk About Science? I Mean, Really?
Pseudo-quackery in Pain Management: a field with a large gray zone between overt quackery and evidence-based care
How Would Los Angeles Look with No Cars?