In this week's edition of the best and brightest from science news around the world, discover why food germs love melted ice cubes, and why dark energy is probably a real thing. 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?
- How to Ace Physics Class (Even if You Don’t Ace Physics) by Rhett Allain at Wired
- Ask Ethan: Could Dark Energy Simply Be A Misinterpretation Of The Data? by Ethan Siegel at Starts With A Bang!
- Drug found to have opposing effects on the minds of male and female mice by Tommy O'Regan at EUSci: Edinburgh University Science Media
- Conspiracy Theories Are More “Entertaining” Than The Truth — And This Helps Explain Why People Believe Them by Emma Young for BPS Research Digest
- T cells activated by mRNA vaccines are effective against Alpha, Beta, and Gamma COVID-19 variants by Josseline Ramos-Figueroa for Massive Science
- Melted ice cubes create a playground for food germs. Gelatin ice cubes could be safer by Iflah Shahid for Massive Science
- Add more coloured fruits and vegetables to your diet to reduce age related cognitive decline by Sudhriti M for BIOINOURLIFE
- 3D Printed Radioprotective Devices Could Reduce Painful GI Injuries in Cancer Patients at Bench Press
- AI-Analyzed Liquid Biopsy IDs Early Lung Cancer by Alan Kotok for Science & Enterprise
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