- Berlin Debate – Who owns science? by Stephen Curry at Reciprocal Space.
- The planets and you by Caleb Scharf at Scientific American.
|Today (Monday the 11th of November), you can see Mercury's transit across the Sun!|
Credit: NASA, JPL-Caltech, SwRI, MSSS Image processing by Kevin M. Gill (CC BY 3.0)
- Accessible astronomy: The transit of Mercury by Mullard Space Science Laboratory.
- Neural network reconstructs human thoughts from brain waves in real time by Ibezim Chukwuemerie for Human Bioscience.
- A bonanza of data from the second Voyager to reach the Solar System’s edge by John Timmer for Ars Technica.
- The science of why 5G is (almost) certainly safe for humans by Ethan Siegel at Starts with a Bang.
- Colombian woman’s genes offer new clues to staving off Alzheimer’s by Kelly Servick for Science magazine.
- Knowing when to hold and fold ’em: the explore/exploit dilemma by Drew Schreiner for NeuWrite San Diego.
- Why (some) sleepy brains get grumpy by Rosa García-Verdugo for Mapping Ignorance.
- Your guide to behavior and the gut microbiome by Ana Zdravic at Maze Engineers.
- Autumnal ombre: Colour chemistry by Lauren Nelson at A Short Scientist.
- The money in mangroves: how our coastal forests save us billions by Harry Baker for Marine Madness.
- Rumors of Dory’s demise were greatly exaggerated by Emily Sohn for Hakai magazine.
- What does climate change sound like? by Brandon Keim for Anthropocene magazine.
- Is clean meat possible? by Gege Li for The Biochemist Blog.
- Makers of Oreos, KitKats among brands linked to Indonesia forest fires by Hans Nicholas Jong for Mongabay.
- Scientists Say new research tracing the origin of modern humans to Botswana is deeply flawed by George Dvorsky at Gizmodo.
Check back next week for more great picks!