Physics & Science Blogs
Astrobites is a daily astrophysical literature journal written by Harvard University Astronomy graduate students. Our goal is to synthesize one interesting paper per day into a very brief format that is accessible to undergraduate students in the physical sciences who are interested in active research.
Phil Plait, the creator of Bad Astronomy, is an astronomer, lecturer, and author. After ten years working on Hubble Space Telescope and six more working on astronomy education, he struck out on his own as a writer. He is a skeptic, and fights misuses of science as well as praising the wonder of real science.
The Big Blog Theory
The science behind the science. An unofficial blog of the TV sit-com "The Big Bang Theory" where science advisor Dr. David Saltzberg discusses some of the science behind the show.
Cocktail Party Physics
Serving up science and culture with a splash of wit -- a group science blog that aims to create a salon-like virtual space where contributors and readers alike can chat about the latest news and ideas in science -- with a twist. If we can make it fun, funky, unconventional, and blur the lines between traditional disciplines -- both within the sciences themselves, and science and the arts, literature, pop culture, history, and every other aspect of our culture -- so much the better.
Quantum fluctuations in space, science, exploration and other cosmic fields... served up regularly by MSNBC.com science editor Alan Boyle since 2002.
Cosmic Variance Blogs
A group blog by five people who, coincidentally or not, all happen to be physicists and astrophysicists: Mark Trodden, Risa Wechsler, Sean Carroll, Clifford Johnson, and JoAnne Hewett.
Physics Fun and Science News. Brought to you by PhysicsCentral.com.
Physics Today Blogs
The best of science news selected daily by Physics Today staff.
A blog by Astronomy Cast co-host Fraser Cane, generally focused on stories that come from space agencies, science journals and university research groups.
Blueshift is produced by the Astrophysics Science Division at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, MD. Our podcasts, blogs, and downloads are your “backstage pass” to the science, missions and people here at Goddard – we’ll fill you in on groundbreaking discoveries, innovative technology, new missions, and other exciting stories.