Animators keep giving their animals uvulas, even though the only animals that really have them are humans.
Researchers are tracking the paths of bluefin tuna as they cross the Pacific. And as a bonus, why tuna are “warm-blooded”.
Ah the raw thrill of completely soaking one’s trunk in pursuit of a crispy apple bobbing in pathogenic brine. Why is it that people decided to stick their heads in a bucket of water in the first place?
Want to move to Mars? Train for ten years, and never come home. As originally published on the BU News Service Science Blog
One man decides to write a spoof paper and submit it to hundreds of open access journals…just to see if they bite. As originally published on the BU News Service Science Blog.
This just in, along with being some of the weirdest animals in the kingdom, dung beetles might just help reduce methane emissions on farms. As originally published on the BU News Service Science Blog.
Musings on culinary nationalism, as discussed with Harvard professor Mary Steedly. As published on the BU News Service Science Blog.
As published at Polaris Partners. The scope of the genital herpes problem is daunting. The disease—technically known as HSV-2—affects one in every six people between the ages of 14 and […]
I took a trip with a coworker to the Boston Harbor to see Planet Solar’s solar powered boat. We talked to a pair of scientists on the boat and the […]
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