PS – Think you know what the picture at right is? I bet you’re wrong!
1.) Wondering how big your carbon footprint is? TierneyLab at the NY Times unveils details about a gizmo for your phone that uses GPS to track your carbon usage by movement and will be available soon.
3.) As reported by e! Science News, a new study shows that HIV has been around longer than we thought – since about 1900.
4.) Also from e! Science news: eating too much is bad for your brain.
5.) The Discovery Channel reports from across the Charles River at MIT, where they were able to create smell receptors in the lab. Someday this could lead to artifical noses that could detect things like drugs, explosives and cancer!
6.) Ring a bell and a
dog moth salivates?
7.) Having problems with your teenage son? Maybe he has a mutation in his DAT1 gene, as reported by ScienceDaily.com.
8.) Check out the amazing images that won this year’s National Geographic Best Science Images awards.
9.) Word associations with the word organic? Farming. Food. TVs?