In this week's best and brightest from the world of science news, find out how online video streaming affects the climate, and how dangerous the latest coronavirus variant is. 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?
- When Did Life Start in the Universe? by Avi Loeb for Scientific American
- B.1.1.529: How dangerous is the new variant found in South Africa? by Adam Vaughan at New Scientist
- How We Almost Eradicated Polio by Sonam Lhamo at Lions Talk Science
- Evolution-Proofing Antibiotics by Vilhelmiina Haavisto at Small Things Considered
- Does Netflix Cost the Earth? by Lauren Nelson at A Short Scientist
- Anthocyanins by John Carlos Baez at Azimuth
Anthocyanins are one type of chemicals that make give autumn leaves their colour.
Photo by Susan Jones on Unsplash
- Are Instagram’s Aesthetic Moms Hindering Kids’ Development? by Amelia Tait at Wired
- Brain Injury, Infection, and Inflammation - What could possibly go wrong? by Mariana Pacheco Blanco for Immunobites
- Why Are There So Many Kinds of Phytoplankton? by Saima Sidik at Hakai Magazine
- Invasive species are threatening Antarctica’s fragile ecosystems as human activity grows and the world warms by Dana M Bergstrom and Shavawn Donoghue at The Conversation
- A butterfly's wings are the perfect mold to grow neurons on by Reinack Hansen at Massive Science
- CERN Physicists Detect Collider Neutrinos for First Time at Sci-News.com
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