Just a reminder that Tangled Bank will be hosted here at Aetiology on Wednesday. Send your best science writing along me at aetiology AT gmail DOT com by Tuesday afternoon for inclusion.
A few submissions have already rolled in for next week’s Tangled Bank, hosted here at Aetiology. Send your best science writing along me at aetiology AT gmail DOT com by next Tuesday the 10th for inclusion in Wednesday’s carnival.
Check it out over at Scientia Natura.
In addition, there are a few other posts I’ve been meaning to plug:
Burt at Panda’s Thumb on Why you should care if cattle get fourth-generation cephalosporins and why doctors need to know about evolution (a takedown of this Discovery Institute essay).
And a nice follow-up to those: Mike on why antibiotic resistance matters.
I was planning on writing up this aforementioned talk for this afternoon’s post, but there ended up being so much to say about it (and not enough time, alas, as I have to run to a faculty meeting shortly) that I’ll save it until Monday. (I *will* say that it was jaw-dropping, but not in a good way). In the meantime, the fortnightly carnival of science blogging, Tangled Bank, is up over at Neurotopia after a few days of computer issues, and the latest Skeptics’ Circle can be found at The Second Sight.
Find the best science writing of the fortnight over at Lab Cat.
Check out this week’s medical blogging roundup over at Chronic Babe, and bring your sweet tooth.