Sunday, July 19, 2009

Headlines you really don't expect to see in New Scientist

Including lab studies with willing volunteer erm, demonstrators. Thats one way to get more people into science.

*For anyone wishing to investigate further, the article is in the May 30 2009 edition of 'New Scientist' magazine issue no. 2710. I like New Scientist, it makes science accesible without dumbing anything down. I find something interesting on every issue, and thanks to work get to read it at my leisure for free.


Anonymous said...

Wow. The title is so... big. It takes up, like, the entire page almost.

I MUST read this article. Tracking it down now. :)

fish said...

Can I just point out that the article *I* was most interested in was the one before this one, on ancient languages?

But I did read that one too.