Here are some of the most interesting science news articles I read this week:
Training the older brain in 3-D: Video game enhances cognitive control
New low-temperature chemical reaction explained
Electric fish may hold answers to better understanding of sensory abilities and movement
Breakthrough technique could make electronics smaller, better
Why our black hole is a finicky eater: matter ejects itself before black hole can devour it
Aging really is "in your head"
Terramechanics research aims to keep Mars rovers rolling
Electronics advance moves closer to a world beyond silicon
No adverse effects in volunteers following Phase I clinical trial of AIDS vaccine
New research may expose new aspects of the universe
Transparent skull implant creates "window" to the brain
An easier way to control genes
Canine remote control: hands-free dog walking for the digital age
DNA "cages" may aid drug delivery
As if this wasn't enough, this month's issue of Scientific American is devoted to food. If you like to eat, check it out.
Enjoy your weekend, and see you Monday!