Click Bait, Science Style

February 3, 2014


Some seriously cool stuff has been happening in the world of science lately, so instead of listening to me blather, check out some of these stories:

Gene therapy restores sight in people with eye disease

Found: A lost Egyptian pharaoh and a forgotten dynasty

Blue-Eyed Hunter-Gatherers Roamed Prehistoric Europe, Gene Map Reveals

300,000-Year-Old Caveman ‘Campfire’ Found in Israel

Black Death may have scuppered Roman Empire

No Black Holes Exist, Says Stephen Hawking—At Least Not Like We Think

Stephen Hawking’s New Black Hole Theory: Scientists Remain Unconvinced

Polar Bears Hunt on Land as Ice Shrinks

First Wild Beaver in 800 Years Confirmed in England?

Flying Snake Morphs into UFO Shape to Glide

North American monarch butterfly migration falls to record lows, report says

A fish census in a glass of water? DNA offers clues.

Fins to fingers: Ancient fish had the genes

Microbeads a major problem in L.A. River

Grant funds UWM, industry research for greener lithium ion batteries

And if that weren’t enough, check out these awesome bloggers – all stops of the Fox Talk Blog Tour!

Mother Daughter Book Reviews (Launch)
Books Direct (Author Interview)
Victoria Simcox’s Blog (Guest Post)
Once Upon a Time (Review)
Baby Bookworms in Black Words – White Pages (Review)
Giveaway Breaking News for Indonesia (Book Spotlight)
Generation iKid (Guest Post)
BeachBoundBooks (Review)
Bound 4 Escape (Review)
No Doubt Learning (Review)
Cherry Mischievous (Guest Post)
We are the DinoFamily (Review)
Deal Sharing Aunt (Review)
Stitch Says (Author Interview)


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