Wednesday Wanderings: Almost Perfect Mummies in Yukon, Drug Sensor Based on Thumb Piano, Low Dose Aspirin May Not be Good for All, and Bunny Cop

Miners have discovered almost perfect mummified remains of a wolf pup and caribou calf in the Yukon: Wolf and Caribou A sensor based on thumb pianos could be used to identify bogus drugs and more: Thumb Piano Sensor That low dose aspirin you're taking? It may not be helping you as much as you might … Continue reading Wednesday Wanderings: Almost Perfect Mummies in Yukon, Drug Sensor Based on Thumb Piano, Low Dose Aspirin May Not be Good for All, and Bunny Cop

Wednesday Wanderings: Lyme Disease Vaccine Controversy, Marketing and Writers, Recycling Troubles, and Your Weekly Awwww

Lyme Disease. We all know about it, and we all hate those ticks that carry it. This is an older article, and yes, it's got a clickbait head, but it still has some interesting information about a vaccine for Lyme and why it is not available for you: Lyme Vaccine One of the biggest roadblocks … Continue reading Wednesday Wanderings: Lyme Disease Vaccine Controversy, Marketing and Writers, Recycling Troubles, and Your Weekly Awwww

Wednesday Wanderings: 42 is the Answer, A “Danny Boy” for St. Pat’s, Promising Research Treatment for Inflammatory Diseases, and Finding Hidden Text in Medieval Manuscripts

If you read Douglas Adams' Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, you know that according to Adams, 42 is the answer to life, the universe, and everything. It seems he was right, after all. The answer really IS 42: 42 Since this past Saturday was St. Patrick's Day, I thought I would give you a very special rendition … Continue reading Wednesday Wanderings: 42 is the Answer, A “Danny Boy” for St. Pat’s, Promising Research Treatment for Inflammatory Diseases, and Finding Hidden Text in Medieval Manuscripts

Wednesday Wanderings: Micromotors Used in Medical Research, Hurricane Harvey’s Aftermath and How to Help, and Cat Shaming

Medical science is using micromotors to treat diseases that used to be difficult to deal with. They have already been successful with bacterial infections in mice: Micromotors Hurricane Harvey has truly devastated the Houston area. Here are some photos that show how bad the flooding has been: Houston Underwater And for those who wish to … Continue reading Wednesday Wanderings: Micromotors Used in Medical Research, Hurricane Harvey’s Aftermath and How to Help, and Cat Shaming