March is certainly blowing in like a lion for me in some ways. I hope we do get the lamb side by the end of the month.
Here are some of the most interesting articles I found on Science Blog this week:
Scientists find way to image Brain Waste Removal Process
Termite digestion could help biofuels
Pushing scientific boundaries: How far is too far?
Superbugs from E. coli may have a soft spot after all
Light particles illuminate the vacuum
Memristors as a blueprint for an artificial brain
Future evidence for extraterrestrial life might come from dying stars
Taking a new look at high-temperature super-conductors
Trick accelerates protein studies (this was done at my alma mater, UW-Madison)
In addition to the above articles, I also read the March 2013 issue of Scientific American this week. Some of the most interesting articles are about the evolution of creativity, robobees, and a prosthetic tail for a dolphin. The bad news: citrus trees in Florida are being killed by a devastating disease, and it's starting to appear in California too. Some pox viruses are starting to reappear as well.
Enjoy your weekend, and see you Monday!