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...
Links for (the evening of) December 22

Links for (the evening of) December 22

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Klein bottle...opener (via smithsonianmag.com) Remedia, a history of medicine blog out of Harvard, has continued its "Spaces&quo...

The Epistemology of a Podcast

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Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past few months, you’ve probably heard of Serial ,...

Links for December 15 (updated)

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Next week's links will feature longer days for readers in the northern hemisphere. Earth's...

A great resource for early American science

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Now that the fall semester is just about done, we can all start putting together syllabi put th...
Links for December 8, 2014

Links for December 8, 2014

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Photograph Courtesy Justin Knight/iGEM Foundation via newyorker.com The tiniest sculptures ever created , using new tech: 3D pr...

Introducing: A New Member of the AmericanScience Team

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Good morning!  Today, AmericanScience is excited to announce a new addition to our blogging...
Links—made from leftover turkey

Links—made from leftover turkey

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(photo Spencer Wynn/Toronto Star ) An animated retelling of van Leeuwenhoek's first glimpse through the microscope. Playing ...
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