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How to think your way through Google’s insane, open-ended interview questions. wrd.cm/1nj4jzy
Social weavers are birds that build nests big enough to bring down a tree. wrd.cm/YIZhqN pic.twitter.com/7bWgSINamI
Why volcanic ash is terrible for airplanes. wrd.cm/1nj2Pp5 pic.twitter.com/BTYWz1WQZY
Both American Ebola patients have been released from the hospital. wrd.cm/1pP33c0
Science graphic of the week: Inside a lizard’s regenerating tail wrd.cm/1p0ANy0 pic.twitter.com/OCdT4P0Aht
City life is making some spiders grow bigger and have more babies. wrd.cm/VFN9o9
RT @scifri: What's the secret to creating the perfect sauce? bit.ly/1lhOGgC bit.ly/1lhOGgD
People were seriously terrified of nighttime air until the 20th century. wrd.cm/1lhO3DZ
How does the weather forecaster know what it “feels like” in your city? wrd.cm/1sT53CC
Scientists used to use this crazy blowpipe apparatus to analyze the metal content of ore. wrd.cm/1kSc8kj
Help UMASS scientists identify kelp from outer space! floatingforests.org
Absurd creature of the week: Velvet Worm SLIME ATTACK! wrd.cm/XnRr5m pic.twitter.com/ArHu4WcCir
How microscopic ocean life might be key to seeding clouds and bringing rain. wrd.cm/1qdmB6h pic.twitter.com/auqYVduyIK
Map shows western US may have huge reductions in snow in the coming decades. wrd.cm/1AhrXV9 pic.twitter.com/b8LCPBWyXt
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Scientists program the largest swarm of robots ever. wrd.cm/1oMK8JN youtu.be/JmyTJSYw77g
A sponge-like polymer that could someday help people with bone deformations. wrd.cm/Vn19Dp
What does it take to win the top prize in computer science? wrd.cm/1kE38Pu
Why do dogs sniff each others’ butts? That’s right, it’s chemistry. youtube.com/watch?v=PZlJ8X… via @AmerChemSociety
Computers are learning about the smell of money. wrd.cm/1sWbT94
Here’s the cocktail of chemicals inside scar-removing gels. wrd.cm/1vJz2Pq
Inside “the Slammer”, the US Army’s infectious disease containment unit. wrd.cm/1ovudVX by @cristcarolyn
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