Blogs and other websites primarily about science (as opposed to the History of Science—see separate list). There are a vast number of science blogs, and I follow quite a few of them. The following is just a small selection.
Anthropology, evolution and science blog.
- Beagle Channel
The podcast of the HMS Beagle Project.
- Deep Thoughts and Silliness
Statistics, ecology, evolution, silliness and stuff.
A Guardian Science blog, mainly about birds.
- HMS Beagle Project blog
Blog from the team working to rebuild the sailing ship that carried Charles Darwin on the most important event of his life.
- In Our Time archive
Full archive of BBC Radio 4’s long-running series about the history of ideas. Stupendous.
- In Our Time podcast
The most recent programmes from BBC Radio 4’s long-running series on the history of ideas.
Blog of the freelance science writer and author Brian Switek.
Blog of Larry Moran, Professor in the Department of Biochemistry at the University of Toronto, and sceptical chemist.
- Tetrapod Zoology
Darren Naish’s Scientific American blog: amphibians, reptiles, birds and mammals – living and extinct
- The Rough Guide to Evolution
An eclectic blog on evolution & Darwiniana, written by Mark Pallen, the author of the book ‘The Rough Guide to Evolution’.
- Why Evolution is True
A blog by Jerry A. Coyne, Ph.D., Professor in the Department of Ecology and Evolution at the University of Chicago.