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Jocelyn Rice

For your weekly viewing pleasure, here are the large-scale versions of this week’s channel photos. (Have a photo you’d like to send in? Email it to photos@scienceblogs.com, or assign the tag “sbhomepage” to one of your photos on Flickr. Note: be sure to assign your photo an “attribution only” or “share and share alike” Creative…

As always, take a gander at the large-scale versions of this week’s channel photos. (Have a photo you’d like to send in? Email it to photos@scienceblogs.com, or assign the tag “sbhomepage” to one of your photos on Flickr. Note: be sure to assign your photo an “attribution only” or “share and share alike” Creative Commons…

Here they are! As always, the large-scale versions of this week’s channel photos. (Have a photo you’d like to send in? Email it to photos@scienceblogs.com, or assign the tag “sbhomepage” to one of your photos on Flickr. Note: be sure to assign your photo an “attribution only” or “share and share alike” Creative Commons license…

Feast your eyes upon the large-scale versions of this week’s channel photos. (Have a photo you’d like to send in? Email it to photos@scienceblogs.com, or assign the tag “sbhomepage” to one of your photos on Flickr. Note: be sure to assign your photo an “attribution only” or “share and share alike” Creative Commons license so…

An Interview With Greg Laden

For this week’s ScienceBlogger interview, we present the star of Greg Laden’s Blog: none other than the great Greg Laden. (The girl on his shoulders is his daughter, Julia.) What’s your name? Greg Laden What do you do when you’re not blogging? Not blogging? Oh, that. I am a part time biological anthropologist (I work…

An Interview With Dave Bacon

This week, ScienceBlogs gets entangled with Dave Bacon of The Quantum Pontiff as part of our ongoing ScienceBlogger interview series. What’s your name? Dave M. Bacon. Yep, those initial spell a sound like “dumb.” What do you do when you’re not blogging? I’m a research assistant professor at the University of Washington where I study…

An Interview With Brian Switek

Today, as part of our ongoing ScienceBlogger interview series, we bring you a conversation with Brian Switek (aka Future Transitional Fossil) of Laelaps. What’s your name? Brian Switek What do you do when you’re not blogging? I work for a university-run agriculture project and I’m currently a student at Rutgers University. When I’m not running…

ScienceBlogs Latest Posts Widget

Now you can put a handy ScienceBlogs Latest Posts feed on your own website or blog, thanks to a newly minted web widget! This free, constantly-updating widget will let you display up-to-the-minute scientific musings from the ScienceBlogs clan. It was designed by Tim Murtaugh, Seed’s Technology Director, and it looks like this: Visit Widgetbox to…

We bring you, as always, the large-scale versions of this week’s channel photos. (Have a photo you’d like to send in? Email it to photos@scienceblogs.com, or assign the tag “sbhomepage” to one of your photos on Flickr. Note: be sure to assign your photo an “attribution only” or “share and share alike” Creative Commons license…

Here they are: the large-scale versions of this week’s channel photos. (Have a photo you’d like to send in? Email it to photos@scienceblogs.com, or assign the tag “sbhomepage” to one of your photos on Flickr. Note: be sure to assign your photo an “attribution only” or “share and share alike” Creative Commons license so that…