The Best of 2015 // #99: The First Snake

Back in 2011 a field trip to a german museum yielded an unknown fossil. Publishing the findings in July, Paleobioloist David Martill identified the specimen as a snake...

The Best of 2015 // #100: The End of All Things

Using the most extensive group of telescope observations ever made, Astronomers have discovered the Universe is dying.  By studying over 200,000 galaxies across 21 different wavelengths (everything from...

BEST OF 2015 // #89: Cecil’s Legacy

On July 4th , Cecil the lion’s wireless tracking collar went silent.  Oxford University’s WildCRU (wildlife Conservation and Research Unit) had been following Cecil’s every move for eight...

Best of 2015 // #90: The Forever Camera

Cameras are relatively simply machines.  They need energy to work.  Light is energy.  A modern camera works by sensing light, and this fact may provide an elegant solution...

Best of 2015 // #91: New Pain Relief

Hospital patients in need of quality pain relievers may soon be using manufacture opioids created by sugar-eating yeast, much like what Bakers and Brewers use. READ MORE // The Nose...

Best of 2015 // #92: Growing Stem Cells in Animals

Working with Stem Cells isn't easy: when isolated, 99 percent of stem cells die, making it extremely difficult to either tinker with them, or even create more of...

Best of 2015 // #93: Do You See What I...

Scientists all have their go-tos: Biologists have their lab rats, Astronomers have telescopes.  For color researchers, they now have #TheDress. READ MORE // Optical Illusions: Make your brain see colours It...

Best of 2015 // #94: Another Planet That Might be Like...

If you love news about exoplanets and all the firsts we seem to witness, get ready for another.  For the first time, Astronomers believe they have found an...

BEST OF 2015 // #86: Deforestation Rates Are Not Falling

The Rainforests have long been called the 'lungs' of our planet: they exhale life-giving oxygen and inhale carbon dioxide.  A study published in May of 2015 suggested that...

BEST OF 2015 // #87: The Super-Fast Liquid 3D Printer

A new type of 3D Printer can make object that appear you grow from liquid within minutes.  It's a new method of 3D Printing, and many think it...
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