I ran across #scicurious on Twitter the other day while I was scheduling some tweets on Tweetdeck for one of my jobs. I immediately wanted to know what it was about because I love science. ┬áIt looks like it used to tag things that are scientific in nature that might appeal to people who are curious about science. In the course of my search, I also found that there is a blog called Scicurious, and that’s what I’m bringing you today.

When you arrive at the site, you’ll find the full version of the latest article with the articles that came before it beneath it. You’ll also find a navigation menu on the left side of the page that offers you the viewing options of Latest (default view) and the Most Viewed. It’s important to note that the side menu has it’s own scroll bar as you browse the titles that come up under each section.

What the author, Bethany Brookshire, offers you is a look behind the curtain of science in a series of approachable blog posts on a variety of different science topics. You’ll find everything from mythbusting to nutrition to psychology to the guilty pleasure of cat videos. I feel like there is a little something that could appeal to everyone.

So, are you Scicurious? I know I am! Go check it out today!


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