Friday, September 28, 2012

Science of the Week--9/28/12

Hard to believe another month is nearly at an end and another season has begun. This weekend, my son's school celebrates Homecoming, and we're headed out to a nearby farm with friends. I can hardly wait to pick up some butternut squash and try some new recipes I've found!

These ScienceBlog links don't have anything to do with seasons or butternut squash, but I hope you enjoy them anyway:

What's a 300 million-year-old insect look like? This.

Computers match humans in understanding art

Robot surgery via mouth safe for removing voice box tumors (and not "vice box" as the article's title says)

Cancer research yields unexpected new way to produce nylon

World's first glimpse of black hole launch pad

Scientists make old muscles young again

That's it for now. Enjoy the weekend!

1 comment:

PT Dilloway, Superhero Author said...

I've never really liked squash. Maybe if it's in pasta sauce with some zucchini and such then I can handle it but not on its own.

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