Here are some of the most interesting science news articles I read this week:
Crystals ripple in response to light
Nasal filter looks promising for allergy sufferers
Squeezing light into metals: Engineers control conductivity with inkjet printer
Two-dimensional material shows promise for optoelectronics
Making diabetes screening more available at the dentist's office
Astronomer maps out Earth's place in the universe among "Council of Giants"
Scientists reveal how microbe "eats" electricity
Has the first dark matter particle been found?
Research update: battling infection with microbes
New target for condition that makes touch feel like torture
Video: scientists discover how to herd cells
First thin films of spin ice reveal cold secrets
FDA approves first medical device to prevent migranes
Have a good weekend, everyone! If you're online tomorrow, stop by the Scene 13 blog to learn more about what nonfiction books influenced me. (The link won't be live until then.)