A PhD biologist and science writer. He also hosts PBS's "It's Okay to be Smart" PBS series. In this blog, he examines all aspects of life through a scientific lens.
Compiles over 60 science bloggers. It covers a huge variety of scientific issues from different, brillaint perspectives.
Official blog of the institute of physics; don't expect any frills here, just a discussion of physics from a very professional perspective.
Redditors share scientific stories, the latest research, and to discuss it all.
Publishes news of scientific journal retractions. The goal is to keep scientific journalists improving.
Run by a neuroscientist and a cognitive scientist, and they definitely have fun in this blog about the mind.
Carl ZImmer, contributer to New York Times and National Geographic runs this blog, which covers a variety of scientific issues.
Offers regular updates on scientific research. Besides traditional scientific topics, they also have a fun "quirks" page that looks at the quirkier science news.
It Began as a project among many scientists to write stories. Their work covers both sciecne and the art of science writing.
Run by Raychelle Burks, Thirty Seven examines crime, chemistry, and culture.
Brings together staff writers and independent writers to cover a diverse array of science issues.