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The Biology Category

Aardvarchaeology

Aardvarchaeology is penned by Swedish archaeologist Martin Rundkvist, who spends most of his pixels on actual archaeological things.

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Developing Intelligence

University of Colorado grad student Chris Chatham writes about cognitive neuroscience, comparative psychology, psychometrics and artificial intelligence in his blog.

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Wired Science

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.

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A Blog Around the Clock

Written by Chapel Hill biologist and Online Community Manager at PLoS-ONE Read more or visit blog

Cognitive Daily

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.

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Living the Scientific Life

A science blog, part of the prestigious Science Blogs network, written by a molecular evolutionary biologist known as GrrlScientist.

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Highly Allochthonous

Geologist Chris Rowan of the University of Johannesburg offers a nice mix of geological knowledge, "geopuzzles," stratigraphy (understanding the different strata in different geographic areas), geomagnetism and knowledge of various minerals that anyone who likes rocks and landforms will enjoy.

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Zooillogix

For the Brothers Bleiman (Andrew and Benny) Zooillogix blog is a labor of love.

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Evolving Thoughts

Subtitled "One Man's Struggle Against Impermanence," Evolving Thoughts is written by philosopher John Wilkins.

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Afarensis

Written by an anonymous anthropology BA, Afarensis gets its title from an Ethiopian hominid said to be a transitional between apes and humans.

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