A Blog Around the Clock
Offering thoughts and theories on chronobiology and circadian rhythms, with the odd bit of politics thrown in.
Official blog of the ARKive project, which aims to accumulate a comprehensive archive of wildlife images.
Blogging about the creation of biological databases.
Offers biology news posted by an ecologist and entomologist.
Weblog about biology through the eyes of two physics graduate students.
Aims to chronicle the world's most remarkable advances in biological systems.
Blog spotlights commentary about science, physiology from a hula hooping, TKD black-belt wearing, radio show producing, grad student with aspirations of science journalism.
An urban field ecologist offers his opinions on current science and environmental issues.
Collection of photos, scanned images, and illustrations of anatomical interest.
For the Sake of Science
Biology student writes about evolution, atheism, civil rights, and whatever else tickles his fancy.
New Atlantis blog focusing on radical human enhancement.
Supplies news and postings about marine biology, aquatic wildlife and how politics effects both.
John Haws Weblog
Thoughts, discussions and information on subjects related to genetics, evolution and paleoanthropology.
Life of Science
Biologists write for laymen news articles and features about current biological and medical research.
Compiles writings on genetics, evolution and many others related to life science.
Discover Magazine's blog on evolution, biology and past and future life, by science writer Carl Zimmer.
Maniraptora: Tastes Like Chicken
A female evolutionary biologist/ornithologist who writes about E 3: evolution, ecology and ethology, and the subtle relationships between these phenomena, especially in birds.
Community blog for and by developmental biologists, covering news, meetings, and research.
Journal of the Nordic Society Oikos, and publication of research on all aspects of ecology.
Discusses evolutionary theory, the importance of both science and science education, and shares good conversation from the virtual University of Ediacara.
Hosts biology news and thoughts from associate professor of biology Paul Z. Myers.
A skeptical biochemist from Canada shares his musings on a variety of Darwin and biochem topics.
Sticky Tongue Project
Aims to cover herpetology, biodiversity and wildlife conservation news, issues, research and discussions from around the world.
Whirlpool of Life
A blog about nature and how the living world works. Covers a wide range of topics including paleontology, evolution, ecology, sustainability, philosophy, and psychology.
Yann Klimentidis' Weblog
Webspace intended for formal or informal discussions evolution, genetics, physiology and other biological matters.