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New insights in the sciences are revolutionizing our understanding of who are are, where we come from and where we're heading. ScienceBlogs is a portal to this global dialogue, a digital science salon featuring the leading bloggers from an array of disciplines.
Presented by ASEE and its partners, eGFI is the best resource available for students and teachers to learn about engineering. This link takes you to their blog for teachers.
The Wired Science Blog has multiple authors and is your source for around the clock science updates. This is a great new development in the evolution of the science blogging ecosystem.
Andrew McAfee studies how information technology changes the way companies perform, organize themselves, and compete.
A mathematical blog by a motley crew of recent Berkeley Ph.D. students in mathematics on representation theory, algebraic geometry, knot theory, and whatever else they decide is worth writing about.
News and commentary on puzzling things in life, nature, science, weather, climate change, technology, and recent news by Anthony Watts.
Carl Zimmer blogs about science with Ed Young, Virginia Hughes and Brian Switek at National Geographic Magazine.
A one-stop digital guide to the latest information on computers, mobile devices, and the internet. Check out the blog for daily updates on the latest ideas and tips.
Science-Based Medicine is a blog about how unscientific and pseudoscientific health care ideas have increasingly infiltrated medicine.
A science news blog presented by National Public Radio with both written posts and audio versions. The main focus of this blog is outer space.
Engadget is a web magazine with obsessive daily coverage of everything new in gadgets and consumer electronics. Engadget was launched in March of 2004 in partnership with the Weblogs, Inc. Network (WIN).
David Bradley, a chemist by training, is a science writer with more than 20 years experience. Sciencebase is his blog.
A blog dedicated to the "mathematical arts."
This is a blog by Amanda Bauer, from Sydney, Australia, about astronomy and life.
A blog that covers science with it's relation to society. Just when you think it's all been figured out science changes, and the dialogue about it is here.
Physics fun and science news. Puts physics in words everyone can understand, while keeping up with the hottest new topics.
The Curious Cat Science and Engineering blog explores: innovation, technology, research, education, economics, gadgets, health care and scientific inquiry.
Blogs designed to raise public awareness and encourage debate about renewable energy technologies.
Climate 411 is the voice of the experts at Environmental Defense Fund, providing plain-English explanations of climate change science, technology, policy, and news.
FairerScience is committed to raising the issues surrounding the disparate numbers of females in science. What are the facts and what can we do with those facts to change things.
Civil and environmental engineering blogs by the students at MIT.
A particle theory blog from Paris, France (not to be confused with Paris, Texas). It's about the latest news and gossips in particle physics and astrophysics.
Science, health, and business experts at Environmental Defense Fund comment on chemical and nanotechnology issues of the day.
The purpose of this weblog is to teach you about viruses and viral disease.
A blog created by Scientific American that features editorial blogs, blogs from the staff, community blogs and independent blogs covering a variety of topics from octopuses to fungus.