It’s that time of the week again. Get your mental corn popping!
Edward González-Tennant remembers the Rosewood Massacre. JSTOR Daily
The 1918 pandemic never ended. SciShow
Killing cancer with cancer. The Harvard Gazette
Anne Trafton reveals that self-assembling proteins can store cellular “memories.” MIT News
Danielle Han considers aspymmetrical powers: economic and cyber espionage. JSTOR Daily
Robert Lea reports that a feeding black hole blows cosmic bubbles during high-energy burp. Space.com
Emma Thomson: these mighty pyramids were built by one of Africa’s earliest civilizations. National Geographic
Bizarre Cretaceous bird from China shows evolutionarily decoupled skull and body. Chinese Academy of Sciences
Lauren Biron reports that Berkeley Lab scientists develop a cool new method of refrigeration. Berkeley Lab
Lina Zeldovich: waste not, want not. JSTOR Daily
Oliver Milman reports that the US government approves use of world’s first vaccine for honeybees. The Guardian
Nikki Kolb shares her experience living with wolves. Catapult
Ian Sample says the tail does not wag the dog when it comes to agility. The Guardian
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