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Bora Zivkovic

Bora Zivkovic

Homepage: Editor and Manager of the forthcoming science blogging network at Scientific American
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Breakthrough study identifies genetic link between the circadian clock and seasonal timing
In Big Science, Imagining Data Without Division
Six things we learned about big news outlets from a report on editorial standards
Bird watchers have themselves to thank (and here is why you should thank them too) - #CitizenSci
Can Mass Meat Be Both Cheap and Safe?
Food Fraud: It’s What’s for Dinner?
Unschooling: The Case for Setting Your Kids Into the Wild
RT @jayrosen_nyu: You know that thing where you know a lot about a subject, then read a news article about it and you discover how...
Turtles ‘Talk’ to Each Other, Parents Call Out to Offspring
The media's growing interest in how animals think
Out of the ashes of printed newspapers comes will come the rebirth of journalism
Can Insects Feed A Hungry Planet?
How To Build A Horse Fitness Plan
Wheels of Change: How The Bicycle Empowered Women
Children’s drawings could predict their intelligence later in life
A Real Rider Can Sustain The Gallop
The Horse Temperament Scale Defined
Kosančićev venac - Belgradian
Big Data Should Be Regulated by 'Technological Due Process'
The Dangers of High-Tech Profiling, Using Big Data
The Internet's Original Sin
Creating characters on the page |
Scientists catalog the world’s 10,000th reptile
Redux: Ixnay on the iPod: In Praise of Crap Technology
Giant Alligator Literally Broke The Scale When Biologists Weighed It
Visual attention, an indicator of human-animal relationships? A study of domestic horses (Equus caballus)
What’s Up With That: Why It’s So Hard to Catch Your Own Typos
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