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Adventures in Ethics and Science

Written by physical chemist and assistant professor of philosophy Janet Stemwedel, Adventures examines the many topics in science that impact philosophy as well as scientists - and occasionally politicians.

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Angry Toxicologist

The Angry Toxicologist is a full-fledged Ph.D. scientist in the public health sector, according to his or her own self-description. There is no first or last name to reference this claim with, but it's probably fair to presume that if Seed is publishing the blog, this 'scientist' is real enough. The blog itself is a very enlightening read, despite the fact that AT's positions on some subjects have rankled fellow SciBloggers to no end. Of course, it's safe to say that the nay-sayers probably don't have the qualifications in these areas to inflict any serious wounds. Complaining about what they don't know (as if they DID know) is, alas, what many of Seed's SciBloggers do best. AT's knowledgeable coverage of issues that directly concern regular people is refreshing. The topics are important, the writing accessible, and the attitude quite educational. A bookmark-worthy resource.

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Zooillogix

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

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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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Science To Life

Ph.D. student Karen Ventii's expertise in biochemistry has not overshadowed her considerable skills in science journalism. She writes deftly and succinctly without omitting the most interesting details or skewing the perspectives, demonstrating the value of good communications skills as teaching device. Ventii covers science news across the spectrum, but shines most brightly on subjects of biology and medicine where her understanding adds real depth to the raw material. Science To Life deserves to be among Seed's most popular SciBlogs, but Ventii's style is so accessible that you won't find the hundreds of sniping comments the most popular ones boast. Which is nice if you're looking to learn something useful instead of pick a fight. Highly recommended.

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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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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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The Intersection

Journalist Chris Mooney is Washington correspondent for Seed magazine, covering environmental issues and science advocacy.

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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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The Frontal Cortex

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.

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