Hat tip to PZ.
These look like some very easy to make and fun cookies. Periodic Table squares, Gel Electrophoresis cookies, atomic cookies, and my favorite: Streaked Petri Plate cookies!
Well I know what kind of cookies I’m making next. Move over chocolate chip, time to make room for a new friend!
While sparks may be flying elsewhere in the science blogosphere, Google reminds us that today is Nikola Tesla’s birthday.
So forget your troubles and enjoy some singing Tesla Coils!
Well, victorious with two-second prizes. The Chlorofilms plant science video contest winners have been announced, and both my entries got second place! Read all about it at Biofortified.
Now I’m a “Three time award-winning producer”! That ought to help me get another grant to keep churning out this stuff for years to come.
Hat Tip to Pharyngula. (Might not be safe for work)
“Chemiosmotic Phosphorylation… Chemiosmotic Phosphorylation… Chemiosmotic Phosphorylation!”
Rosalind Franklin is my main lady, too. Shh!
Every time I boot up… it creeps the heck out of my office-mates. (HT Greg Laden)
If only!. Not quite as cool as the Singing Tesla Coils, but still cool.
I can’t believe I haven’t embedded this video in my blog yet. This goes out to all you lab rats out there up all night making PCR plates until your thumbs ache.
Okay, so it’s an ad for a pipetting machine made by Eppendorf… but with this production quality I can’t help but be a part of their viral marketing campaign.
I should make a music video about plant breeding…
Today marks the day that the Large Hadron Collider has finally switched on and is running its first tests. Sending subatomic particles around in circles to smash them into one another, ah, the exciting life of physicists! They are looking to test String Theory, settle a $100 bet between physicists, oh yeah, and look into the nature of the Universe immediately after the Big Bang. Heavy stuff.
But, some people didn’t want it to happen. First, you have the people who bring up the cost of the project. Then you have the people that thought that the Collider must be stopped because its going to gobble up the Earth by making a black hole. Now, I read, someone else has chimed in and believes that these particle physicists must be stopped because…. Continue reading Large Hadron Collider goes online