1.13.2020

What shape is the Universe? How are the Australian bushfires affecting predator-prey dynamics? Find out in ScienceSeeker's picks of the best posts for the week of Jan 6 - 12 2020 #SciSeekPicks #SciComm.

In the week's best and brightest from the world of science news, discover the new two-person MRIs that are pushing the bounds of neuroimaging, and delve deeper into the Australian bushfires with scientists' takes on the crisis. ScienceSeeker editors' favourite posts within their respective areas of interest and expertise also cover many other important and exciting topics. Why not have a read, inform yourself, and indulge your scientific curiosity?
New math program explores the potentially fractal nature of the Universe.
Credit: Henry Segerman via New Scientist (CC-BY-ND)
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1.06.2020

How are colds unlocking secrets about life on other planets? How are the Australian bushfires affecting biodiversity? Find out in ScienceSeeker's picks of the best posts for the week of Dec 30 2019 - Jan 5 2020 #SciSeekPicks #SciComm.

In the first edition of ScienceSeeker picks of the decade, explore how the predictions surrounding climate change are beginning to be proved right, and how your biodegradable coffee cup may not be as good for the environment as you thought. ScienceSeeker editors' favourite posts within their respective areas of interest and expertise also cover many other important and exciting topics. Why not have a read, inform yourself, and indulge your scientific curiosity?
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12.30.2019

What are the chemistry stories from 2019? What are 2020's biggest conservation issues going to be? Find out in ScienceSeeker's picks of the best posts for the week of Dec 16 - Dec 28 #SciSeekPicks #SciComm.

In this week's best from the world of science news, back from a brief Christmas break, find out how you can create your own real-life Death Star, and read about the scientific events that defined the decade. ScienceSeeker editors' favourite posts within their respective areas of interest and expertise also cover many other important and exciting topics. Why not have a read, inform yourself, and indulge your scientific curiosity?
2019 was a great year, for discoveries in chemistry, at least. Let's hope for a better 2020!
Credit: Andy Brunning/Compound Interest  (CC-BY-ND-NC)
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12.16.2019

Do birds shout at aeroplanes? How can scientists avoid cognitive bias? Find out in ScienceSeeker's picks of the best posts for the week of Dec 9 - Dec 15 #SciSeekPicks #SciComm.

In this week's pre-christmas edition of the best science news from around the world, delve into the toxic world of a Mexican cave-dwelling fish, and explore one of the biggest issues in the science communication world, hype. ScienceSeeker editors' favourite posts within their respective areas of interest and expertise also cover many other important and exciting topics. Why not have a read, inform yourself, and indulge your scientific curiosity?
A sweeping analysis of nearly a million recordings from 48 national parks in the U.S. shows that birds vocalize more in the presence of airplane noise.
Credit: Caption: Malavika Vyawahare, Image: hedera.baltica via Flickr (CC BY-SA 2.0)
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12.09.2019

What are the psychological impacts of poverty? What's the neurological basis behind seasonal affective disorder? Find out in ScienceSeeker's picks of the best posts for the week of Dec 2 - Dec 8 #SciSeekPicks #SciComm.

In this week's best and brightest from the world of science journalism, read about how certain people can read cats' facial expressions, and explore the physics of fire ant 'rafts'. ScienceSeeker editors' favourite posts within their respective areas of interest and expertise also cover many other important and exciting topics. Why not have a read, inform yourself, and indulge your scientific curiosity?
“Kids from lower socioeconomic levels show brain physiology patterns similar to someone who actually had had damage in the frontal lobe as an adult.”
Credit: Alexandra Stevenson via Flickr (CC-BY-ND)
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