In the latest edition of the best and brightest from the world of science news, discover how silicon bubbles might help fight global warming and how being part of a group shapes who we are. 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?
- Engineers want to blot out the sun to fight global warming. Again. by Greg A Fish
- How Tagged Turtles Are Boosting Tropical Cyclone Prediction by Kate Golden at Hakai Magazine
|Sea turtles, such as olive ridleys and loggerheads, spend most of their time|
just below the ocean’s surface—the perfect place to collect data for
tropical cyclone forecasting. Photo by EyeEm/Alamy Stock Photo
- The Surprising Consequences of a Seaweed Switcheroo by Rebecca Dzombak at Hakai Magazine
- Meet the Ukrainian Number Theorist Who Won Math’s Highest Honor by Thomas Lin and Erica Klarreich at Wired
- Podcast: Separating Yourself from the Pack by Shankar Vedantam at Hidden Brain
- How do painkillers work? by Sabine Hossenfelder at Science Without the Gobbledygook
- Studies Probe Adenovirus Link to Childhood Hepatitis Cases by Tara Parker-Pope for The New York Times
- First two cancer patients treated with CAR T cells still in remission by Victoria Freitas at Sciworthy
- Study Suggests Brain Processes Information like Ocean Waves by Avery Hurt at Discover Magazine
- New insights into melanoma brain metastases at Science Daily
- How blood vessels remember a stroke at Science Daily
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