Jaafa Registered User
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Does anyone have recommendations of a couple of websites to keep up to date with new developments, studies, in all fields of science? Not something like journal sites, I know plenty of those, but more casual ones if you will.

Thanks.

markfla Registered User
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Jaafa said:
Does anyone have recommendations of a couple of websites to keep up to date with new developments, studies, in all fields of science? Not something like journal sites, I know plenty of those, but more casual ones if you will.

Thanks.

Personal ones I frequent would be
TED.com
Universetoday.com
Livescience.com
Wired.com

That's off the top of my head there now
There are some good science sections of major news sites

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nozzferrahhtoo Registered User
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The Science Blog forums are a good place. Takes time to work out which bloggers follow the kinds of things you are interested in but I find it is one of a few good mediums for creating a tier of communication between Peer Reviewed Science Journals and the Public.

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Gebgbegb Moderator
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Well if its a smidgen of everything yer after try 60symbols here

tricky D NSAbot
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Ben Goldacre's stuff is good: http://www.badscience.net/

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krd Banned
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Physics forums.


http://www.physicsforums.com/archive/index.php/t-176027.html


Actually, there's loads of stuff out there, navigating it is the thing.

There's lots of good lectures and talks on youtube too - finding the stuff is the thing.


Youtube comments from Christians attacking scientists is always a laugh.

chrismartin4u Registered User
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I hope this will help you www.thescienceforum.com

jkforde Registered User
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MIT's TechnologyReview is good... there's also an app called Pulse (on Android anyhow) which is a news aggregator, their science feed is good. oh, and the NakedScientist site is curious if a bit all over the place.

krd Banned
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This is really good.

http://www.sixtysymbols.com/

#10

I am a fan of http://www.newscientist.com/ New Scientist.

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