Friday, December 27, 2013

Science of the Week, 12/27/13

It's hard to believe it's the last weekend of the year, isn't it? I'm not even going to attempt summarizing the science of the year, as I'm supposed to be busy revising Seasons' Beginning. So here are the most interesting science news articles I read this week:

Chronic stuffy nose? Could be your microbiome

A micro-muscular break through

Graphene can host exotic new quantum electronic states at its edges

Mouth spray stimulates weight loss in animals

New technique measures mass of exoplanets

Neuron regeneration may help sufferers of brain injury, Alzheimer's disease

Cellulose nanocrystals possible "green" wonder material 

Not just the Koch Brothers: new study shows money behind climate change denial

A new--and reversible--cause of aging

Have a good weekend, everyone, and don't forget to stop by on Monday for another Blog Ring of Power Year in Review post and a chance to enter our Rafflecopter!

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