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Wednesday, May 01, 2013

Sunspots 416

Things I have recently spotted that may be of interest to someone else:  


Computing: PC Image editor, a free photo editor for Windows machines.

Science: Considering its importance to some of us, you'd think we would know more about the genetics of coffee than we do. National Public Radio reports on an organization that is studying the biology of coffee, and why it's important.
This isn't exactly science, but I'll put it here. NPR (which had a coffee week) also reports on the influence of coffee on history.

NPR also reports on tiny, really tiny, devices that can be placed in the body, and grab little bits of tissue for assessing, say, whether there's a cancer. Really tiny devices.

A study of cliff swallows, which seems to show a change in wing shape, over about thirty years, as a response to selection imposed by automobile traffic.

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