Wednesday Wanderings: The Beach is Good for Your Brain, Combating Resistant Bacteria, New Look for Old Dinosaurs, and Animated Film from Old Photos

Almost everybody loves the beach, right? It seems there is some scientific basis for that feeling, and that is a lovely reason to spend more time by the water:

Water’s Influence on the Brain

With the rise in antibiotic resistant bacteria, new technologies are being explored to combat them:


We all love dinosaurs, don’t we? Modern research is telling us more and more about these long-gone inhabitants of our world, including the fact that many of them didn’t actually look like we always thought they did:


This short animated film was created from old photographs of US cities:

The Old New World

(Image from youtube)


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