I've been teaching galaxy evolution for the past three weeks so I thought let you in on some of the fun.
Physicists exploit quantum mechanics to make iron transparent to x-rays.
The mathematics of your heart beat could save your life.
This is what it looks like when cancer gets smacked down by a T cell.
You're worst job interview experience should pale in comparison to what Thomas Edison put applicants through.
Switzerland volunteers to be the janitor of low Earth orbit.
Amazing research that discovered how 9/11 affected whales.
Tiny little Southeast Asian tarsiers found to communicate ultrasonically. Also, tarsiers are adorably funny looking.
How did the zebra get its stripes? Experimental biologists have a hunch.
A map of the continental United States by distance to the nearest McDonald's. Frightening.
This week in math: 1) there is something called the Rapunzel Number and 2) there is something called the Ponytail Shape Equation.
Have a great and geeky weekend!