In the latest edition of the best and brightest from the world of science news, discover what colour an object of infinite temperature would be, and learn about the world's tiniest antenna. 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?
- World’s tiniest antenna is made from DNA by Tibi Puiu at ZME Science
|What do you use a nanoantenna for? Find out at the link above!
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- How can ant and termite queens live so long? By Tim Vernimmen at Knowable Magazine
- Can Seagrass Help Reduce Microplastic Pollution? by Lucy Wust at Jumble Snail
- The Color of Infinite Temperature by John Carlos Baez at Azimuth
- Multiple Sclerosis Causality by Derek Lowe at Science
- Pregnant People Are Still Not Getting Vaccinated Against Covid by Grace Browne at Wired
- For Coronavirus Testing, the Nose May Not Always Be Best by Emily Anthes for The New York Times
- People behave more sadistically when they’re bored by Emma Young at BPS Research Digest
- The ‘surprisingly simple’ arithmetic of smell at Science Daily
- Why do we forget? New theory proposes 'forgetting' is actually a form of learning at Science Daily
- Neuron-specific virus overcomes barriers to brain-related gene therapy by Holly Barker at Spectrum
- Community Newsletter: Making MRIs more comfortable for autistic people, long-term potentiation and learning by Chelsey B Coombs at Spectrum