It's been a busy week on the blog. I hope you found something of interest--and that you find these ScienceBlog articles stimulating as well.
New radio telescope could save world buildings
Synthetics could eliminate U.S. need for crude oil, create "new economy"
An algorithm for speech-based emotion classification
Search for life suggests solar systems more habitable than ours
NASA: No definitive detection of Martian organics
World's smallest wrench puts a new twist on microscopic manipulation
Bismuth, quantum computing qubits a perfect match
Mental illness and smarts tied to ancient accident
Flexible silicon solar-cell fabrics on the way
America's energy future: coal, gas, solar, water, wind, or what?
That's it for this week. See you on Monday!