This is only one pic so far. There will be more to come. I’ve been begging for pics, and I finally got one!
This is part of the kids’ touch-and-feel art exhibit I did for the Cameron Public Library. Of course Stuart is front and center. And it appears “Being” has been renamed as “Bean.” And I’, really all cool with that. He does kind of look like a green bean.
Sometimes you need science to answer the silliest of questions.
Read on to find out more – Why do dogs smell each other’s butts?.
New research suggests that sites like Facebook could help engage high school and college students in vigorous, intelligent debate about scientific issues.
Read on to find out more – Facebook – The next frontier for online learning.
He may have been squishy, but this wild creature most likely had little to worry about.
Paleontologists have identified a new species of ‘super-armored’ worm, but you won’t find it in your compost heap these days. This spike-covered worm with legs lived 500 million years ago and was one of the first animals on Earth to develop armor for protection.
Read on to find out more – Spikes kept this ancient monster worm safe from predators.
Pearl likes her “movies.” Especially when the cat kicks the dog’s butt in the end.
Some bats really do have it easy! When it comes to hunting, most bats need to use sophisticated techniques, but not so for bats around the equator. That’s because life at the equator is easy, according to a new study from biologists at University of Southern Denmark.
I really did have fun with this one. I’m just batty for bats!
Read on to find out more – Equatorial bats live the easy life.
A nanogenerator that harvests energy from a car’s rolling tire friction has been developed by University of Wisconsin-Madison engineers, and it could ultimately provide automobile manufacturers a new way to squeeze greater efficiency out of their vehicles.
Read on to find out more – Harvesting power from rolling tires.