Posts filed under “Science”

Teixobactin

In light of the discovery of the first new anti-biotic in decades, let’s have a look at the molecular chemistry involved:

 

click for ginormous graphic

Source: Compound Interest

Category: Digital Media, Science

Which Scientific Ideas Should be Abandoned?

Every year, Edge.org asks prominent scientists a single question. Lasy tear, the query was simply: “Which scientific ideas should be abandoned?”

Check out the resultant three-minute video to see where scientific thinking is ripe for change.

Category: Science, Video

The Chemistry of Champagne

Source: Compound Interest

Category: Digital Media, Food and Drink, Science

Global Carbon Footprint

Source: ScienceBlogs   Previously: Global Carbon “Footprint” by Nation  

Category: Digital Media, Science

ISS Time Lapse

Alexander Gerst’s Earth timelapses Hat tip IFL Science

Category: Science, Weekend

Ancient Lake on Mars

Source:Vox

Category: Science

Land and Ocean Temperature Percentiles

Source: NOAA

Category: Science

The Shapes of Snowflakes

Source: Compound Interest

Category: Digital Media, Science

Climate Change in Perspective

Amazing interactive Climate Change infographic is jaw droppingly beautiful:   click for awesome interactive graphic via Bloomberg      

Category: Digital Media, Science

Evolution Less Accepted in U.S. Than Other Western Countries

Wedged between Cyprus and Turkey — Go America!   Source: National Geographic

Category: Digital Media, Really, really bad calls, Science