Cracking the code
Every year, thousands of children are born with health problems that are caused by changes to their DNA sequence, or genetic code. These changes might have been inherited from their parents, who are often unaffected themselves, and therefore have no idea of what they might be passing on to their children – and therefore, understandably, no idea...
A Little Look at...Winter Animals
An active, hands-on exploration telling the tales of animals in the Museum. Suitable for under 5s
Alphaville's "Strange Attractor"
I am going to have a field day with Alphaville's new album, likely called "Strange Attractor", as it opens the door for numerous jokes that combine 80s music with math and physics. At minimum, I'm sure it will be big in Japan.
Relationships 1 - People and plants: balancing conservation and commerce
How can working with people to understand how they use their local plants be used to protect them when industry moves in? How do we find and conserve areas of high 'bioquality'? William Hawthorn explains how being able to identify what plants are where, and what their value are to local people can help protect the 'bioquality' of forests by...
Ars Technica: "The Best New Board Games We Played in 2015"
Ars Technica has posted an article about their favorite new board games they played in 2015.
I am posting this for a specific reason: take a look at the designers of the game Roll...