Friday, May 03, 2013

Science of the Week, 5/3/13

Here are some of the most interesting articles I read on Science Blog this week:

UCSB researchers successfully treat autism in infants

People may grow to love talking objects

The dream-reading machine

How burning plants tell seeds to rise from the ashes

Microbe feast clue to smell of ancient Earth

Foul-smelling gas shows health benefits in reducing joint swelling

Conversion from bad fat to good fat

Quantum physics peeks head into classical world 

Turning human stem cells into brain cells sheds light on neural development 

Printed ear melds electronics and biology




I've decided I'm going to take Monday off from blogging. The next BRoP interview starts later next week, so I'm not scheduled to post again for it until May 13th. I still have Blog Chain next Tuesday, Indie Life on Wednesday, and Science on Friday, so please stop by then to see what's new.













4 comments:

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

That first one would be a miracle.
Dream reading machine? Need to read that one.

PT Dilloway, Grumpy Bulldog said...

Bad fat to good fat? I could use some of that. A lot of it really.

Sandra Almazan said...

Alex, I'm keeping my fingers crossed for a family I know.

PT, I think we could all use that!

The Golden Eagle said...

Treating autism is an impressive achievement!

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