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Sciblogs implements Instant Articles

If you are reading this article on your phone and tapped on it after seeing it in your Facebook newsfeed, then congratulations – you are reading an “Instant Article”. The article should have loaded instantly rather than taking a few seconds to send you to the Sciblogs website. It should look quite nice, with a […]

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Sciblogs 2.0 coming soon – wanna get involved?

After nearly six years in operation, Australasia’s largest blog network is getting a facelift and some fresh voices. Sciblogs features commentary from around 30 scientists and science writers and is consistently ranked among the country’s top 10 blogs based on Sitemeter statistics. But the platform is well overdue for a revamp and will soon be […]

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Chemistry and corpses

Sciblogs Editor’s Picks Open Parachute – Fluoridation does not lower IQ Guest Work – The ethics of trials on unconscious patients The Dismal Science – Seductive simplicity of Spirit Level Griffin’s Gadgets – Budget 2014 and science

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Budget 2014: Live coverage on Sciblogs

News on and reaction to Budget 2014 will be featured here this afternoon, as our Sciblogs and Science Media Centre experts and contributors offer their take on the state of the Government’s finances and its funding priorities. Follow the Storify our feed to get the latest updates in one place… Live updates on Storify below… […]

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