In this week's very best from the world of science news, discover the possibilities of data storage with DNA and take a look inside the clothing industry, and why finding uses for waste clothing is an important step towards a sustainable future. 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?
- Scientists induced hallucinations in mice to learn more about human psychosis by Jennifer Ouellette for Ars Technica.
- The best time of day to exercise for metabolic health by Gretchen Reynolds for The New York Times.
- Blue light glasses help some people sleep, but they don't reduce digital eye strain by Claudia López Lloreda for Massive Science.
- Hiding in plain sight: How cytomegalovirus evades the immune system by Hannah Berrett in ImmunoBites.
- There’s a Great Whip Spider boom. What gives? by Eric Boodman for Wired.
- ‘Triple vision’ image of Jupiter shows what’s beneath its clouds by Ethan Siegel at Starts With A Bang.
- Magnetized threads weave spectacular galactic tapestry by Chandra X-ray Observatory.
- Particles in quark-gluon plasma move in the same way as in water, Physicists discover by Sci-News.com.
- Microbes as biofertilizers by Rachel Burckhardt in Bacterial World.
- DNA: The ultimate data-storage solution by Latchesar Ionkov and Bradley Settlemyer for Scientific American.
- The clothing waste problem - Part 2 by Anthony Maiorana for The Polymerist.
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