This is a quick reminder for anyone still subscribing to the old feed to update your feed-readers. I’ve now moved to ScienceBlogs and I’d hate to lose any readers along the way. I’m sticking to the original mission statement and if anything, I’m writing even more than before.
Here are the new details:
And a wee taster of some of the new material so far:
- How sharks, penguins and bacteria find food in the big, wide ocean
- Immune snakes outrun toxic newts in evolutionary arms races
- Punishing slackers and do-gooders
- The machine that identifies images from brain activity alone
- Moths remember what they learn as caterpillars?
- What happens in the brain of an improvising jazz musician?
- Snow-making bacteria are everywhere
- Communicating chimps and talking humans show activity in same part of the brain
- Japanese moths hit by male-killing virus
- Effects of invading island rats ripple across land and sea
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