Here are some of the most interesting science news articles I read this week:
Fermilab experiment sees neutrinos change over 500 miles
(I visited Fermilab during high school and am glad it's still in active use)
Abusive men put female partners at greater sexual risk, study finds
Here's what science is learning about zombie cells
(They're talking about cells with disrupted DNA)
Parental experience may help coral offspring survive climate change
Salt flat indicates some of the last vestiges of surface water on Mars
Loss of altruism (and a body plan) without a loss of genes
C-sections could influence babies' ability to focus
Paving the way for a faster quantum computer
Don't panic, but the universe is slowly dying
(not to depress you or anything)
You can get cautiously excited about this fusion power "breakthrough"
Octopuses "are aliens," scientists decide after alien study
Competition from cats drove the extinction of many species of ancient dogs
(this should be no surprise)
Could flu someday be prevented without a vaccine?
Algorithm aims at combating science's reproducibility problem
Humans responsible for demise of gigantic ancient mammals
Tetris can block cravings
Grammar: eventually the brain opts for the easy route
(but I refuse to give up my Oxford comma!)
Have a good weekend, and see you on Monday!