My ScienceSeeker editor’s picks for this week: the can’t-blog-must-work edition
- Did you like last week’s pick at Empirical Zeal about the ‘crayola-fication of the world’? You didn’t read it? Come on now, click the damn link! And then you should read part II, which is just as good:
- For those of you still stuck in that archaic old ‘nature vs. nurture’ debate, you should a) move on, and b) check out this post and the study it links to (there’s a nice video summary if you click through). Also, if you live in the UK, you can find out how ‘genetic’ certain human traits are in your town (no, it’s not the same in everyone’s town).
- For those of you not sure who stands to benefit from all this recent fever for Open Access to the scientific literature, Speaking of Medicine (a PLoS Medicine blog), has a guest post that reminds us that:
Yes, you can still sign the White House petition.