Two Great Science Bloggers to Follow

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If you enjoy learning about the latest scientific discoveries or news, you should check out these two blogs housed on the National Geographic site.

1. The Loom is written by Carl Zimmer, who writes for the New York Times. He has written numerous articles and books. You can find his site here.

2. Ed Yong’s blog, Not Exactly Rocket Science can be found here. Yong’s work has appeared in numerous publications, including the Guardian, Nature, the BBC, and Wired. Yong has a regular post called “I’ve got your missing links right here,” which includes the best science links from around the web. You can see an example here.

Yong recently shared this excellent piece, Epigenome: The symphony in your cells. You can read it here.

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