New blogs from Scienceline
Scienceline Editors • February 22, 2011
Prepare yourselves, science lovers. Scienceline is about to unleash a whole new host of blogs guaranteed to make you gasp, think and yell for more:
On The Rocks Know, Mary Beth Griggs shares her love of geology, archaeology, and shares the amazing stories trapped in the sparkles and striations of old rocks.
Is chocolate really an aphrodisiac? Can red wine be good for you? What happens when you bake a cookie? Stephanie Warren answers these and other food science questions on Test Tube Kitchen.
What’s that smell? Ritchie King lets us know, plus he’ll talk about that strange place where odors and the brain meet in Sniff: The Science of Smell.
Peer into the weird and wonderful mind of Douglas Main on his new blog The Doug Addict. Once you’ve tried it once, you can’t help coming back for more.
The world of science is deafeningly loud, says Rose Eveleth. On Sounds like Science, she explains that it’s full of things like blips, squeals, hoots–oh, and lots and lots of mating calls.
Of course our veteran blogs aren’t about to be outdone by the new kids on the block, so keep an eye out for their thoughts on life science, the environment, physical sciences, health, psychology, New York’s science events, and cool infographics.