Friday, May 15, 2015

Science of the Week, 5/15/15

It's hard to believe it's already mid-May, isn't it?

Here are a few science news articles that caught my attention this week:

Partnership for finding particles

Chemistry student in sun harvest breakthrough?

Measles may weaken immune system up to three years

Familarity breeds empathy

Research paper with 2,683 authors expands knowledge of bacteriophages

Tapping the potential of undergraduate researchers

An important step in artificial intelligence

Male hormones help female lemurs rule

Rats will try to save members of their own species from drowning

Real astrology: birth month really does affect personality

(I wish they had more information about this so I could see how well my Season Avatars match up to this.)

More bees dying each year

Have a good weekend, and I'll see you Monday!


Pat Dilloway said...

Another good reason to get a measles vaccination. And apparently rats are more honorable than humans. The bees thing is scary as it seems they just keep dying off.

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

It is scary about the bees. No bees and soon no flowers. Or some crops. Not good.

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