In the latest edition of the best and brightest from the world of science news, learn about how to find a good mental health app, and how people are replacing lost forests. 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?
- To Resurrect Jordan’s Lost Forests, People Plant Tiny Urban Ones by Jason Ruffin at Wired
|In Jordan, a team is planting Pistacia lentiscus, the rare wild pistachio tree.
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- Octopuses can teach us a lot by Justin A. Varholick at Speaking of Research
- What if plastic could detect light or clean wastewater? by Madeleyn Cajamarca and Gina Misra at Sciworthy
- The first malaria vaccine is a leap forward, but we can’t stop now by Matthew Laurens at Knowable Magazine
- Are Pan-Coronavirus Vaccines Possible? by Derek Lowe at Science
- Did Fermilab’s new result blow a hole in the Standard Model? by Ethan Siegel at Starts With A Bang!
- I stopped working on black hole information loss. Here’s why. by Sabine Hossenfelder at Backreaction
- ‘It’s Life or Death’: The Mental Health Crisis Among U.S. Teens by Matt Richtel and Annie Flanagan for The New York Times
- How to Find a Mental Health App That Works for You by Christina Caron for The New York Times
- Why Is Gut Health Taking Over TikTok? by Dani Blum for The New York Times
- How Is Social Media Morphing Our Self-Image? by Emilie Le Beau Lucchesi at Discover
- Why Burnout Makes You Feel Like You Can’t Think Straight by Elizabeth Svoboda at Discover
- Five ways to clear foggy brains and improve cognitive well-being at SharpBrains
- Debate: Will digital therapeutics gain the required levels of awareness, adoption, reimbursement and fulfillment to become sustainable? at SharpBrains
- Good Cholesterol (HDL) Particles In Cerebrospinal Fluid Play A Vital Role In Protecting The Brain by Sunaina Dolwani at Coffee Table Science
- Researchers, advocates rush to aid autistic Ukrainians by Laura Dattaro at Spectrum
- Spotted around the web: Fragile X epigenetics, brain imaging issues, prenatal tests warning by Jill Adams at Spectrum
- Making Science More Open Is Good for Research—but Bad for Security by Grace Browne for Wired
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