Links for Monday, January 19

Links for Monday, January 19

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The best of the last week in STS across the interwebs, by your crack team of American Science bloggers. A worker holds a fishing net ...

Reviews in Popular Science: Dirty Work

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AmericanScience is pleased to present the second piece in our Reviews in Popular Science series, wri...

Reviews in Popular Science: A Science of Success?

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AmericanScience is pleased to present the first of our Reviews in Popular Science, written by Cath...

Reviews in Popular Science

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This week, we will be featuring guest posts reviewing recent works of popular science, court...
Links for January 12

Links for January 12

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NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory has created a set of beautiful 1930's-inspired posters , called the "exoplanet travel seri...
A few links and a day late, thanks to the weird temporality of AHA

A few links and a day late, thanks to the weird temporality of AHA

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Photo: Robert Haas/Süddeutsche.de  Ulrich Beck  died on Thursday . Here's a recent  retrospective on risk society and  Risk Societ...
AHA is here! Here are (some of) the panels you should attend

AHA is here! Here are (some of) the panels you should attend

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Rejoice! The American Historical Association's annual meeting is upon us! This year the AHA has convened in New York City—at the Hil...
Links to follow between sessions at AHA

Links to follow between sessions at AHA

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The host of "Quirks and Quarks," a Canadian public radio program and podcast, lists his top 10 science stories of the year ,...

What is the regional history of American Science?

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"There is a growing feeling hereabout," wrote an Ohio State chemist in 1913, "and a...
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