"Science" Blogs & Blog Posts

Sports Technology ReviewSports Technology Review

The best sports technology and equipment blog

 
GajitzGajitz

Gajitz is an interactive archive of innovations past, present and futuristi...

 
The Mouse TrapThe Mouse Trap

the psychological and neuroscientific musings of saandygautam

 
Sciencebase Science BlogSciencebase Science Blog

A science blog covering everything from astronomy to zoology with a special...

 
Doug's DarkworldDoug's Darkworld

War, history, and science in a fractured world. A hopefully educated and ob...

 
The ThinkerThe Thinker

Critical thinking, applied to social, political, economic, and technical is...

 
Watchful eyes, thoughtful mindWatchful eyes, thoughtful mind

@WETM_blog trying to make a difference in the world of science and eco-awar...

 


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COVID-19 and misinformation that surrounds the disease are still spreading. We bring back Syra Madad and Stephen Morse to debunk new COVID-19 myths.

Admit it. If you wear contacts, you’ve at some point wanted to take a nap without taking them out first. But it turns out, sleeping in your contacts is not a good idea. Eye surgeon Irina Belinsky explains just what can go horribly wrong when you d...

An alert system also flagged 3,100 potential suicide risks based on student writing on school-issued iPads.

In the days before refrigerators, chemical preservatives, and fossil-fueled transportation, starving to death in the winter was a much more pervasive fear. Fermentation first arose more than 10,000 years ago, when the first known yogurt was (probably...

It's been a busy weekend for SpaceX. The company sent yet another rocket racing off into orbit on Sunday morning after a planned Saturday launch was called off due to inclement weather. The rocket, dubbed Transporter-1, is loaded with some very speci...

Bobbit worms ambush prey from tunnels under the sand. A new study shows their ancestors haunted the ocean floor 20 million years ago.

If the virus continues to mutate frequently, new strains may force scientists to constantly update vaccines.