- How dogs evolved ‘Puppy dog eyes’ by Tracy Peake at the NC State University blog.
- To save the whales, crab fishers are testing ropeless gear by Alastair Bland for Hakai magazine.
- First ever beluga-narwhal hybrid identified by Nick Carne for Cosmos magazine.
- This new species of shipworm has an appetite for stone by Emily Storz at Drexel News Blog.
- The allure of Zebra print: New insight on the evolutionary advantage of stripes by Kendra Redmond at Physics Central.
- Rise of the Extinction Deniers by John R. Platt for Scientific American.
- Why we tend to feel depressed during gloomy weather by Jess Vilvestre at FlipScience.
- Are people with ADHD more creative? by Caterina Gawrilow and Sara Goudarzi for Scientific American.
- Gender inequality arose 8000 years ago by Dyani Lewis for Cosmos magazine.
- Shift to renewable energy could have biodiversity cost, researchers caution by Ashley Stumvoll for Mongabay.
- Commentary: Why sustainability should be on your plate when you travel by Isolina Boto for Mongabay.
- “Hulk”-like microorganisms in soil can survive high levels of gamma radiation by Mary Sabuda at Sciworthy.
- Scientists want to make fuel and plastic out of bacteria by Doug Johnson at Hakai magazine.
- The key limitation for people with cardiac arrest is that they are often having it at home or in some place where they’re alone, and it’s unwitnessed by Diana Kai for Stat News.
- How building in time for exam review supports advances in student learning by Kendall Rolley KQED News, Mindshift.
- Ancient water underlies arid Egypt by
- When does work engagement lead to harmful outcomes? Reviewed by Marissa Post via I/O At Work.
- Crystal Caves: When nature grows crystals by Chemistry Hall.
- Podcast: Is your Wi-Fi watching you? by CBC Radio Canada.
- Understanding habit, habituation and change by Rob Long on Safety Risk.
- This is how fear, misinformation, and measles spread in Brooklyn by Amanda Schaffer for WIRED.
- Access to health in Lagos: An interdisciplinary partnership with the community by Elise Meyer on the NPHR Blog.
- Sanofi, Alphabet Partner on A.I., Analytics by Alan Kotok at Science and Enterprise.
|Marvin A. Altamia and Reuben Shipway via newsblog.drexel.edu
|These images of human figures were obtained using radio waves. Each column contains two images of the same person.
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