As eclipse season one of two continues, so does the eclipse-fueled scifi here at Astroguyz.com. This week, we start in with an original four part tale: What kind of bizarre eclipses might occur on distant worlds? Our latest tale Shadowfall gives eclipse chasing a bizarre — and deadly — twist: Shadowfall Chapter 2 by David A. [...]
Even though I blog about horror fiction of all eras, regular readers of this blog know that I particularly love older stuff. There’s something about the ghost and horror stories of the late 1800s and early 1900s that is particularly … Continue reading →
New study finds that a drug combining siRNA and nanoparticles promotes faster wound healing. Nanoparticles are marvelously multi-purposed. Earliers studies have used the particles to fight different forms of cancer, used them as an antiseptic, to reduce inflammation or even replace certain blood cells . Now a new study combines siRNA with nanoparticles to engineer a drug that promotes faster wound healing. Faster Wound healing with siRNA and Nanoparticles “We envision
Anyone that’s been in a long distance relationship knows how hard it can be to be geographically separated from somebody they care about. SAGE has released a new edition of the Relationship Matters podcast (hosted by Dr. Bjarne Holmes of Champlain College) in which Dr. Jessica Borelli (Pomona College) was interviewed regarding her research on strategies for successfully manage long distance relationships (the research team also included Hanna Rasmussen also of Pomona College, Margaret
It was awesome.Don't believe me?Just watch.
Group hug with the president! #Troop411 @girlscouts #supergirls #WHScienceFair pic.twitter.com/x0AwcGEgEU— Girl Scouts East OK (@newsGSEOK) March 23, 2015
This #WHScienceFair pup is celebrating with 3D-printed paws → http://t.co/h8h3EKfYki 🐶 https://t.co/WQFMyeKMVu— The White House (@WhiteHouse) March 23, 2015
Who's that at the lectern photobomb-ing my selfie at the #WHScienceFair? 😉