So, you are running out of ideas what to get your lab mates? Or is any of your family member a chemist? Or you just like to give unique gifts with scientific flavour this year? We’ve got you covered! Browse this fascinating list of scientific Christmas presents recommended by ChemistryViews and Wiley editors. FOOD & […]The post Searching for Scientific Christmas Presents? appeared first on Wiley Asia Blog.
I'm aware that a lot of people would not automatically think of mites when categorising cuteness, but I dare you to look at the animal in the photo above (taken by Tom Murray) and tell me it's not adorable. This is a box mite of the genus Oribotritia, a cosmopolitan genus found on all the continents except Australia. More than 80 species of Oribotritia have been described so far, and there's probably more to come. Box mites are armoured mites with a body form known as 'ptychoid'; as described
When meeting someone for the first time, your impression of that person may be different if you meet that person at a formal dinner party, a cocktail party, or a pool party. These settings typically influence how the person dresses and how much skin they expose. Whether you consciously pay attention to a person’s exposed skin or not, focusing on their body may have unintended consequences.
We often assume that focusing too much on a person’s body and physical characteristics
You probably noticed a few things about TheEGG: a recent decrease in blog post frequency and an overall focus on the algorithmic lens — especially its view of biology. You might also be surprised by the lack of discussion of quantum information processing: the most successful on-going application of the algorithmic lens. I actually first […]