Tangled Bank

The latest Tangled Bank is available at Submitted to a Candid World. Time to read!
Is ready for reading at Submitted to a Candid World. I never thought I'd see the day when a Tangled Bank host would compare PZ Meyers to John McCain, but I admit, it was tastefully done.
It's tomorrow! Send those links to me pronto, so they can appear on A Candid World on Wednesday!
The latest edition of the Tangled Bank is at Neural Gourmet.
The latest edition is at Pro-Science. Toddle on over and see what's new in science blogging!
We need more Tangled Bank entries — the next edition will be at Pro-Science on Wednesday. So get cracking and mail them in soon!
The latest edition of the Tangled Bank is online at Evolved and Rational. Say hooray for collections of science posts, and go read!
There's going to be a new Tangled Bank on Wednesday, 1 October, at Evolved and Rational — so send me your entries soon.
The latest and greatest edition of theTangled Bank is at Science Made Cool. Cool!
The next edition of the Tangled Bank will be at Science Made Cool on Wednesday — it's time to send in those links!
You can view it in all of its time traveling glory at En Tequila Es Verdad.
OK, gang, I know we're on a shorter than normal interval here, but still — you haven't been submitting enough stuff for the Tangled Bank. Write a science post right now and send a link to me. You can do it.
The latest edition, Tangled Bank #112, is now available at Science Notes. This issue was delayed because I neglected to ride herd on it while I was off in the Galápagos, but the next edition, at En Tequila Es Verdad, will be on schedule next week, on 3 September. So get inspired by the latest and send in links to your science writing pronto!
Uh-oh. We were scheduled to have a Tangled Bank while I was off gallivanting in the southern hemisphere, and I guess it didn't happen. Shall we have a belated carnival at Science Notes on Wednesday, the 27th? Send in the links and we'll try to pull it together.
You can now read Tangled Bank #111 at the denialism blog. It's poetical!
The Tangled Bank was scheduled to appear on the Blue Collar Scientist this week, but as many of you already know, Jeff was diagnosed with hepatocellular carcinoma, and obviously he has more important issues to tend. So let's leap into some science right here right now! What's with all the birds? We've got two articles on the recent work by Rabosky and Lovette: Evolution of the Wood Warblers and DNA Reveals Tempo and Chronology of Speciation for Dendroica Warblers. This clade reveals evidence of a rapid burst of speciation events that slowed as they new species filled available niches. If you…
We were supposed to have a new edition of the Tangled Bank this week, at the Blue Collar Scientist — but has more serious real-life issues with which to contend, so unsurprisingly it has not made it up yet, and I haven't heard back from my email query. If I don't hear anything by this afternoon, I'll put something together myself — no blame to the BCS, of course, and please do give him your support.
Greg Laden has created a festival of LOLcats for the latest edition of the Tangled Bank. Should I be appalled or amused? Science is serious business! We never laugh, we're all supposed to be like Mr Spock!
p>Welcome to the One Hundred and Ninth Edition of The Tangled Bank, the Weblog Carnival of Evolutionary Biology. This is the LOL edition of the Tangled Bank.... Carnival business ... The main page for The Tangled Bank is here. The previous edition of The Tangled Bank was here, at Wheatdogg, and the next edition of the Tangled Bank will be here, at Blue Collar Scientist.And now, on with the show. ... In Small Things Considered... Rational redesign of bacterial signaling proteins based on amino acid co-evolution at Chance and Necessity is a bit of Peer Reviewed Research Blogging,…
The latest edition of the Tangled Bank is now available at Wheatdogg.