Who’s got one foot and so many chloroplasts? Well, not this guy but this weird sea slug. We talked about our friends the chloroplast stealing sea slugs before, and today we bring news on them from a recent study. Do the stolen chloroplasts really work? Find out this and more on today’s fresh episode!… Read more
We’re starting the second batch: 101 to 200. This week, we’re talking STEAM, ivy, and plasma. Also, we finally uncover the personalities of cats. Come along!
- English Ivy (Hedera helix) , also common ivy
- ALEXANDRA DAISY GINSBERG (project)
- Alexandra Daisy Ginsberg (Wikipedia)
- ALEXANDRA DAISY GINSBERG (website)
- Wake up and smell the extinct leucadendrons
- Neglect of probability
- Sueing the state for better climate action
- German climate change law violates rights, court rules
- Cold plasma could transform the sustainable farms of the future
- Airborne sperms of Conocephalum conicum (liverworts) HD size movie
- ‘Anti-rust’ coating for plants protects against disease with cellulose nanofiber
- Rolling pits of Hartmann’s mountain zebra (Zebra equus hartmannae) increase vegetation diversity and landscape heterogeneity in the Pre‐Namib
- Scientists Studied Thousands of Cats And Identified 7 Distinct Personality Traits
- Gato malo :: Thug Life
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They didn’t think we could do it and then we did. This is batch three of four, with the facts 50 to 75 in our countdown (countup?) to 100 mostly plant science facts. … Read more
This week we’re inspired by a giant dick rocket making its way into space (and also back for some reason). Before we go back to shopping online to fund the next space mission, we’re talking some awesome plant science. #inspiring… Read more
We’re back from the summer break. If you had guessed that we will be more on point, less rambly and more focussed on plants after our break I have to ask: do you even know us? Anyway, we have cool science facts and not a single cut in the entire episode.
- Sedative Effects of Latexes Obtained from Some Lactuca L. Species Growing in Turkey
- Dinosaurs were night prowlers, study finds
- Tatsuya Amano on Twitter: “#languagebarriers have multiple major consequences for scientists, the advance of science, and its impact on societies.
Fly like a lemur, sting like an ant in a crow, as my late grandfather used to say to me before I was born. With that in mind, let’s talk about some plant facts. We have new organs, delicious salty plants and a first of its kind almost-social fern. Let’s go!… Read more