- Not Exactly Rocket Science
I’ve got your missing links right here (01 June 2013)
WOW. Scientists capture images of molecule rearranging its bonds. They’re like textbook stick drawings! By Nadia Drake, consistently producing great science stories for Wired.
I’ve got a feature in this week’s New Scientist about the ecology of fear, and how predators affect their prey through intimidation rather than slaughter.
In the UK, people bemoan the fact that nature documentaries aren’t detailed enough or that a physicist presents a biology show on primetime TV. Meanwhile, in the US, mermaids. Yes, mermaids. No, stop laughing. This is serious. Actual people who believe in mermaids. Spoiler: They don’t.
I *love* this. What happens when you ask students, postdocs & senior neuroscientists to draw a neuron? By Elizabeth Preston.