Here are some of the most interesting science news articles I read this week:
Turning atmospheric CO2 into carbon nanofibers could reduce global warming
(No idea yet if this project can really scale up, if it could stop or delay a process already in motion, or what other repercussions it might have. But if it can give us hope for the future, I'm for it.)
Apes may be closer to speaking than many scientists think
Young, Jupiter-like planet discovered
Paleobotanist identifies what could be the mythical "first flower"
Engineers develop a wireless, fully implantable device to stimulate nerves in mice
How to improve students' critical thinking about scientific evidence
How having racially diverse friends can help you on the job
Molecular scientists unexpectedly produce new type of glass
Lab-grown brain-in-a-dish as complete as 5-week old fetus
To detect dark matter we might need a different approach
Brown fat implants cut weight gain in mice
Have a good weekend, and see you Monday!