Our blog aims to provide the latest scientific news for the benefit of all interested. However, we can’t cover every event in the scientific community. Check out some of our other favorite science blogs below:
The Last Word On Nothing
Named after Victor Hugo’s quote, “Science says the first word on everything, and the last word on nothing,” this blog gathers together a vast array of science journalists to publish essays, informational articles, and more.
PLOS, or the Public Library of Science, hosts a blog to keep you informed on the latest innovations and developments in science. Whether you’re trying to find out what’s on your dog’s mind or how climate change will shape the future, PLOS has the answers.
One look at Live Science’s homepage and you get a glimpse into the biggest advancements in science today. Find the latest research coming out of academic institutes as well as the newest innovations in industry.
Named after Ada Lovelace—esteemed mathematician of the 19th century—this blog’s goal is to honor its namesake by celebrating the achievements of women in science, technology, engineering, and math.
Want to get an up-close and personal look at some of the tiniest materials and organisms the world has to offer. Look no further—the Magnified World blog hosts an array of microscopic pictures that cover all disciplines of science.
From facts, videos, lists, and quizzes—Mental Floss can pretty much guarantee to provide whatever you’re looking for in the world of scientific news and entertainment.
While Fake Science is most definitely considered a blog, “science blog” may not be completely accurate. However, it’s a fun read for people who like science and science humor.
Fresh Photons offers another great collection of beautiful science images. Find amazing sketches and magnifications in chemistry, physics, biology, and beyond.
The Inquisitive Mind
Brought to you by In-Mind Magazine, The Inquisitive Mind blog asks some of life’s toughest questions and then attempts to answer them through scientific explanation.
This Week in Science
Take a break from the more technical blogs and head over to This Week in Science for a humorous look at the weekly happenings in the scientific community.
The New York Times’ BITS blog centers on the world of technology. Check out the latest innovations in everything from smartphones to big data and see what these experts have to say about it.
This blog was developed to help bright some light to the retraction process of scientific papers. When a journal pulls a paper, these bloggers step in to make sure the self-correction nature of science goes on.
The bloggers at Mind Hacks are trying to figure out what’s really going on inside your brain. From long form pieces to summaries of the latest research, Mind Hacks’ content is smart and intuitive.
The Chemical Blog
The bloggers over at The Chemical Blog are providing comprehensive content on all things chemistry. Think is this as your one-stop-shop for insights into the current landscape of chemistry.