(News from Georgia Institute of Technology) [journalistiske artikler skrevet af forskere; må genudgives i sin helhed med kildeangivelse, se andet om genbrug på siden her:]
(sitet opdateres ikke mere) (Design that save the world)' (big data, DNA, personlig genetik særlig gennemarbejdede artikler i forhold til (ny forskning, grundig og letforståelig tekst; angivelse af emails til forfattere; omtale af Nature-kommentarartikler) (årlige EAU kongresser - European Association of Urology; abstract af præsentationer på kongressen kan læses på web mod betaling, ligeledes webcam af præsentationen også mod betaling; pressekontakt: (Global metal-teknologi firma; Her en generel artikel om Graphene) (forklarende videoer om fysik) (Bl.a. om afsluttede PhD-projekter på DTU) (MIT Technology Review)
/ (Science mysteries - from NBC News) (Bloomberg Businessweek) (om en maske, der giver andre sanseevner) (Sammendrag kan ses, artiklen skal købes for 85kr) (Artikel i Science. Sammendrag kan ses, artiklen skal købes for 110kr) (Blog. Man man tilmelde sig email-liste om nyt på bloggen (gå til "About"). Website focused on educating college level students and general public about neuroscience/biomedical research - Our writers are masters, graduate, and post-doctoral students, who are experts in their field of neuroscience. Each article with useful visuals, easy-to-follow illustrations, and infographics.) (Sammendrag kan ses, artiklen skal købes for 160kr) ScienceSeeker - a project of ScienceOnline - is collecting over 1,200 blogs and other science news sources in one place, and invite you to submit even more. Our goal is to be the world's most comprehensive aggregator of science discussions, all organized by topic. You can see the specific topics a writer has chosen for her posts by clicking on the "…" bubble next to each post, and you can click on those topics to find other posts on the same topic. We have other ways of arranging posts: the best posts, chosen by experts; posts about peer-reviewed research; popular posts on Twitter. Users can recommend posts and write notes explaining what they like about those posts. You can search for posts, blogs, or other sources using keywords, and you can create a custom feed to follow using a feedreader like Google Reader, or use the ScienceSeeker Widget to place that feed on your own site.nReaders can follow ScienceSeeker by visiting the site, subscribing to a custom feed, or following us on social media sites. We have four Twitter feeds (Editors' Picks, Recent Posts, ScienceSeeker Notes, and the official ScienceSeeker Twitter account). You can also Like our Facebook page, or follow our updates on Google+. The site you see today wouldn't exist without a generous grant from the National Association of Science Writers. Karyn Traphagen is the Executive Director of ScienceOnline (Twitter: @kTraphagen). Jessica Perry Hekman - PhD student in genomics and bioinformatics (blogs at The Dog Zombie). Dave Munger, Founding Editor of ScienceSeeker, co-founder and editor of Research Blogging; columnist for; primary writer for the psychology blog Cognitive Daily; chosen three times to appear in the Open Laboratory, an annual anthology of the top science blog posts on the web; ranking seventh on Nature's 50 popular science blogs list. Julianne Chatelain is conducting usability reviews of the ScienceSeeker site. Send your feedback to Jordan Gaines is our Editor in Chief (Twitter account @SciSeeker). She blogs at Gaines on Brains which explores current neuroscience research, translated into lay terms; contributor to NBC News, Psychology Today; Nature Education's Scitable network with her blog Mind Read. ( Twitter @GainesOnBrains). Raphael Ndem is our Photo Editor, and manages our Google+ page; shares ideas and posts related to his interests on Google+. Teodora Stoica blogs at Curious Cortex; is a blog curator with ScienceSeeker, responsible for seeking out and adding new blogs not already registered with us. (Twitter @CuriousCortex). Jessie Hale blogging at about all things ocean, and on Twitter at @HaleJessie. Adrianne Stone edits (and occasionally writes) the Science Collective on Medium; regular tweeter @AdrianneElayne. Cristy Gelling blogs at The Blobologist. Peter Krautzberger founded, the math copy-cat of, as well, a network of academic homepages using wordpress. He picks the best posts in the field of mathematics. Caitlin Kirkwood blogs at The Synaptic Scoop. Fletcher Halliday editor-in-chief at the biodiversity blog, BioDiverse Perspectives, which focuses on providing graduate student perspectives on primary literature in the field of biodiversity. ( Twitter @Fletch_Halliday). Shelly Xuelai Fan - her blog Neurorexia (Twitter @ShellyFan). Dylan Benito ( Twitter @dylanbenito) and blogs at Andy Extance has a 'spare time' climate change blog, called Simple Climate. (Twitter @andyextance). Rebecca Schwarzlose - her blog, Garden of the Mind, Scientific American, DoubleXScience. (Twitter @gothemind). Wes Wilson - blogs over at MostlyScience to help demystify evidence based medicine. (Twitter @WesleyWilson). Rachel Zamzow - blogs at Neurolore (Twitter @TheMrsZam). ( allows readers to easily find blog posts about serious peer-reviewed research, instead of just news reports and press releases.
  • Bloggers register with us and use a simple one-line form to create a snippet of code to place in their posts. This snippet not only notifies our site about their post, it also creates a properly formatted research citation for their blog.
  • Our software automatically scans registered blogs for posts containing our code snippet. When it finds them, it indexes them and displays them on our front page -- thousands of posts from hundreds of blogs, in one convenient place, organized by topic.
  • Our editors identify the notable posts in each major discipline, publishing the results on our news page.
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Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics

An Interactive Open Access Journal of the European Geosciences Union (GRATIS ADGANG; Open Access Journal of the European Geosciences Union).
Emneord for tidsskriftet:
Biodiversity and Ecosystem Function
- Freshwater
- Terrestrial
- Marine
- Palaeo
- Microbial Ecology & Geomicrobiology
- Land
- Land - Sea Coupling
- Air - Sea Exchange
- Air - Land Exchange
- Greenhouse Gases
- Wetlands
- Coastal Ocean
- Open Ocean
- Stable Isotopes & Other Tracers
- Organic Biogeochemistry
- Limnology
- Rivers & Streams
- Sediment
- Soils
- Groundwater
- Environmental Microbiology
- Biomineralization
- Bioremediation
- Bio-Optics
- Modelling, Aquatic
- Modelling, Terrestrial
- Marine Record
- Terrestrial Record
- Proxy use, Development & Validation
- Organic Biomarkers
- Past Ecosystem Functioning
- Climate Connection
- Ecohydrology
- Biota & Sediment Stability
- Turbulence & Biota
- Physical - Biological Coupling
- Bioturbation
- Benthic Boundary Layer Processes
- Environmental Optics
Astrobiology and Exobiology
- Extreme Environments, Brines & Hydrothermal
- Deep Biosphere
- Extraterrestrial Biogeosciences
Earth System Science / Response to Global Change
- Models, Holocene/Anthropocene
- Models, Geological History
- Climate Change
- Evolution of System Earth