Stress relief. Photo by dolanh.
- This week, at Nothing in Biology Makes Sense! Does science promote morality?
- And at The Molecular Ecologist: I demonstrate how to make species distribution models in R.
- Good luck! Physicians at the University of Minnesota are going to try to cure another patient of HIV infection using a bone marrow transplant.
- Best experimental treatment ever? Need to de-stress your rat? Try a daily tickle party.
- For a general audience—but most of this also applies for scientific ones. David Dobbs on how to write about science.
- “So, we have red blood because Nature started making O2 with chlorophyll.” The biochemistry of blood in science fiction movies.
- Definitely significant. Or trending that way, at least. A list of statistical weasel-words.
- “That was the only way we could get them to pay attention.” How a groundbreaking book about the AIDS crisis spread a lie about the diseases’ origins.
- Seriously, this is asinine. How not to treat your graduate students, episode 2,573.
- And they don’t look that much nifty-er. “Forests” planted on the terraced sides of skyscrapers cost a lot more than actual on-the-ground forests.
- Clever girls! Groupers use gestures to coordinate their collaborative hunts with moray eels.
- Or, Jeremy Fox aims for the head. A couple of new papers help to slay the zombie of the local-regional richness relationship.