I'm pleased to see Wednesday's post got so much attention. Apparently I need to apply genetics to fiction more often. ;)
Here are some of the most interesting science news articles I read this week:
Scientists use "virtual earthquakes" to forecast Los Angeles quake risk
Aussie researchers work to hide our splashes from sharks
NASA-Sponsored "Disk Detective" Lets Public Search for New Planetary Nurseries
New Tool to Identify Genetic Risk Factors
US lead in science and technology shrinking
Matters of the heart can influence actual heart health
Simulated blindness can lead to recovery
DNA reveals new clues: why did the mammoths die out?
New sleep gene promotes the need for sleep
Why cancer increases with age
Interested in a science career at FDA? Web Portal opens the door
Mosquito sperm have a sense of smell
You smell sick. No, really.
Have a good weekend, and I'll see you on Monday.
Neurosurgeon writes thriller based on his research