Here’s a solid mix of video and articles to get your mental corn popping.
Ben Lindbergh celebrates UC Berkeley’s SETI@home’s 20th anniversary. The Ringer
Greg Nichols reports on technology in development: a robotic trauma centre in a backpack could be MASH for millennials. ZDNet
Arriana Mcylmore: these black women gamers teamed up to take on the worst online trolls. Fast Company
Kati Morton has a chat about what bothers her about self-care.
ASAP Science talks about sleep hygiene and shares a technique that may help you fall asleep in two minutes (!)
Jenna Birch explains what leads you to burnout—and how to recover from it—according to your Myers-Briggs type. Well and Good
SciShow Psych delves into what the statistics are really saying about teens and screen time.
SciShow news looks at how an AI was trained to predict the effects of non-coding DNA and how these effects could be linked to autism spectrum disorder.
The Walrus dedicates an issue to death. It’s amazing. So much good here. Really. You’ll want to read it all.
Nick Summers: science has brought back the scent of a long-dead flower, sort of. Engadget
Tom Allan looks at the wildlife haven Chernobyl became after people left. The Guardian
Tim MacWelch lists 11 gross animals you can eat in a survival situation. Includes cooking recommendations, too … Popular Science
Ian Sample says that exploding stars could have been the reason we started walking on two legs. The Guardian
David Grimm shares the research of Maren Huck, who clipped cameras to the collars of 16 cats and let them do their thing. Science
This made me laugh. So. Hard. Dogs trying to catch treats, mid-air. The Awesome Daily
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