Aardvarchaeology is penned by Swedish archaeologist Martin Rundkvist, who spends most of his pixels on actual archaeological things.
University of Colorado grad student Chris Chatham writes about cognitive neuroscience, comparative psychology, psychometrics and artificial intelligence in his blog.
The popular internet magazine Wired has a science blog that offers interesting choices from the science press, along with videos and links to the originating sources.
The New Scientist science news blog is written by various editors, editorial assistants, managers, consultants and contributors to the magazine and offers short-ish posts about a variety of subjects in the science news.
This science blog from Seed Magazine editor Jonah Lehrer is chock full of delightful posts that aren't too long, aren't too confrontational, and aren't too technical while still managing to be interesting and often humorous.
This blog hosts posts from several anonymous public health scientists and practitioners, all of whom sign their posts "revere" in recognition of patriot Paul Revere's membership on the first local U.
Psychology professor Greta Munger and her writer husband Dave have been blogging their interests regularly on Cognitive Daily for three solid years, making them among the original SciBloggers.
Journalist Eric Berger covers science news with the sensitivity of a comedy writer for SNL, while still managing to convey the details of real scientific research and offering links to those who want to take things a lot more seriously than he's able to muster.
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