Here are some of the most interesting science articles I read this week:
New quantum dots herald era of electronics operating on single-atom level
River of hydrogen seen flowing through space
Swiss cheese crystal, or high-tech sponge?
Making stem cells grow human hair
Coming soon: technology for safer driving
Time also featured articles on the Neanderthal in all of us and how old teeth showed a link between two ancient plagues.
The February 2014 issue of Scientific American features articles on problems measuring the radius of the proton, the use of video games in education, and the surprising cunning of chickens. I don't have links, since I still read the paper version of the magazine.
Enjoy the weekend, and I'll see you Monday.