Today it’s the New Scientist files. I tend to tear out articles at random (no room to keep the whole magazines!), sometimes making notes to myself, other times simply sparked by the headline.
Here are a few.
The Pacific hagfish can absorb nutrients through its skin.
“Smell of death ‘in air from car’.” Taking air samples to prove a body has been transported.
“Brain signals harnessed to move robot arm.”
“Neanderthals may have drifted gently into oblivion.” This one fascinates me because I’m interested in survival; what makes us carry on? How does a community decide when it’s done, when it’s over?
How are you refreshing the wells today?