Human-Pig Chimeras!, The Science Curious, Just Peoples, Pom Pom Crabs, Zombie Hamsters, Vanishing Peoples, Insect Love Hormone, Really Old Cow, Artificial Communication, Splendid Seeing Spiders, Bat-Bot, And Much More…
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Knowledge in medicine,
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An antidote for a poisonous snake bite
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They are finally here! Kind of…
The Science Curious
Kudos to all who enjoy TWIS! For you are the science curious. Turns out science curiosity can beat out partisan thinking.
Ancient peoples, modern peoples…
Pom pom crabs! Need I say more??
They steal their anemones from one another, and then unceremoniously rip them in half to make perfect, matching, cloned pom poms. They take the cheerleading captainship a bit too seriously i think…
Cannibalizing terrifying hamsters a result of too much corn in their diet, and consequently not enough vitamin B… Guess I better put down these chiaaaaps…..
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Was it climate change that led them away, and how does it apply to today?
Insect Love Hormone
By adding a chemical modification, Viennese scientists are hoping an insect love hormone will prevent premature births in humans.
Really Old Cow
Old art found in a cave.
A new study has created artificial cells that are capable of chemically communicating with bacteria.
and their fabulous color vision that is better than Blair’s.
The newest bot to hit the scene is taking to the skies and flying like a bat!
April 22nd in a city near you…
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