There’s a batch of 8 in this installment of Science Blogs reviewed. So take a seat, sit down, and enjoy.
Daily Transcript: researcher, cell biology. I found this a bit everywhere, no coherence.
Deep Sea News: two researchers, marine science. I absolutely love their “25 Things you should know about the Deep Sea” series. Really well done, and gives their blog a long time drive. Ten more to go guys!
Deltoid: computer scientist. Again, too much everywhere.
Developing Intelligence: postgrad, neuroscience. Writes lengthy essays trying to distill the latest research. Can be quite technical, so not really for a lay audience.
Discovering Biology in a Digital World: biologist. Too much everywhere!
Dispatches from the Culture Wars: freelance writer. Has some intriguing writing examining the conflict between reason and non-reason. This could all too easily become philosophical hogwash, except Ed always starts his article from a real-world incident. And he pulls in some extraordinarily out of the way material, like this post on The Faiths of the Founding Fathers.
Dynamics of Cats: astrophysicist. I don’t really see the connection between the blog name and what he writes about (space and stars). Anyone?