Friday, March 31, 2017

Science of the Week, 3/31/17

Since the A-Z Blogging Challenge starts tomorrow, this will be the last science news post until May.

Here are some of the most interesting science news articles I read this week:

Inventing a new kind of matter

Foundation of aquatic life can rapidly adapt to global warming

Don't go breaking my heart...

Anti-aging breakthrough? This one looks authentic

So long sucker: monster black hole sent packing by gravitational waves

Sun's atmospheric currents may help predict solar storms

Female menstrual cycle in a dish (they can keep it there)

Planetary waves, first found on Earth, are discovered on Sun

The grains that cover Saturn's moon act like clingy packing peanuts

Blind tadpoles learn visually after researchers graft eyes onto tails

Don't forget to stop by tomorrow for the A-Z Challenge!












3 comments:

Pat Dilloway said...

I'll miss your science posts.

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

But who wants eyes on their tail?
Good luck in April. I'll be taking a lot of time away from the Internet, so you'll see me now and then.

Sandra Almazan said...

Thanks, Pat!

Enjoy your time off, Alex!

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