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Sub-categories: Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Engineering

Uncertain Principles

Chad Orzel is a physics professor at "a small liberal arts college" who blogs about interesting physics facts and findings, professional football, fantasy, music, humorous tidbits and even dog conversations.

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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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Framing Science

Matthew Nisbet is a social scientist whose specialty is strategic communications in scientific and environmental controversies, but he's not shy of politics either.

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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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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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DeSmogBlog

DeSmog Blog aims to enrich the blogosphere's awareness on global warming, sustainability, and the environment by clearing up "the PR pollution that is clouding the science on climate change.

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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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