Here at ECS, we strive to keep up-to-date with the most current scientific breakthroughs and advancements around the globe. This is why we launched this blog: the ECS Redcat blog.
The goal of our blog is to present the latest news in science for the benefit of anyone interested. However, we can’t report on every single event that happens in the world of science. We have a few other science blogs we like below:
The Last Word On Nothing
Based on the famous quote by Victor Hugo, “Science says the first word on everything, and the last word on nothing,” this blog brings an extensive collection of science journalists who write essays, informative articles, and much more.
PLOS, which is PLOS, or the Public Library of Science, has a blog that keeps you up-to-date about the latest developments and advances in science. If you’re looking to find out what’s going through your dog’s Mind or how changes in the climate will impact our futures, PLOS has the answers.
A glance at the Live Science homepage, and you’ll be able to glimpse the most important developments in the field of science today. You can find the latest research from higher learning institutions and the latest developments in the field of industry.
The blog is named after the admired mathematician Ada Lovelace of the 19th century. This blog’s purpose is to honor its namesake by highlighting the accomplishments of women in engineering, science, technology, and math.
Are you looking to take a close and intimate look at the most delicate material and organisms that the planet offers? Check out the Magnified World blog. Magnified World blog has numerous microscopic images which cover every field of science.
Greentech Media aims to give you all the information you require concerning renewable energy. If this isn’t enough, the team also has an amazing podcast. Mental Floss
From videos to facts lists and quizzes, Mental Floss will almost certainly be able that you will find what you’re looking for in the realm of science-related news and entertainment.
Although Fake Science is most definitely classified as an online journal, “science blog” may not be 100% true. But, it’s enjoyable to read for those who enjoy the sciences and science-related humor.
New Photons offers another great collection of stunning science photos. Discover amazing drawings and magnifying lenses of physics, chemistry and biology, and beyond. The Curious Mind
It is brought to you via In-Mind Magazine. The Inquisitive Mind blog poses the most difficult questions in life and seeks to answer them using a scientifically based explanation.
This Week in Science
Stop reading those more scientific blogs, and head for This Week in Science for amusing insights into the week’s happenings within the scientific community.
The New York Times’ BITS blog looks into the technology world. Please find the most recent innovations on everything, including smartphones, big data, and more, and find out what experts say about it.
This blog was designed to shed some light on retraction for scientific papers. When a journal withdraws the paper, the bloggers intervene to ensure that the self-correction process of science is maintained.
The Mind Hacks bloggers Mind Hacks are trying to find out what’s happening inside your brain. From long-form articles to summaries of the most recent research, the Mind Hacks’ material is both smart as well as intuitive. The Chemistry Blog
The blog’s writers over on The Chemical Blog provide extensive content on everything chemical. Consider this to be your ultimate source of information about the current state of chemical science.