These are the latest articles and videos I found most interesting.
- Fights in the forest
- Fermilab Physics Slam 2014
- Toxic Bacteria Detection
- Polar Bears Adapt to Summer
- Fight For the Right to Mate
- Fish Jumping in Slow Motion
- A Spring Awakening
- Mosquito Death Squad
- American Nostalgia: 1960s TV Remote Control
In 2014, Nature reporter Jeff Tollefson travelled to Brazil to report on the mass deforestation of the Amazon. This Nature Video tells the stories of the people he met along the way.
Fermilab’s third annual Physics Slam, held on Nov. 21, 2014, featured five physicists vying to explain their area of study in the most entertaining way possible. Contestants included Micheal Hildreth, Marcelle Soares-Santos, Joseph Zennamo, Wes Ketchum and Vic Gehman, and the event was hosted by Chris Miller of the College of DuPage.
Liz Bonnin talks to Dr Toby Jenkins about toxic bacteria and how to detect that using a technology within bandages.
Hunting and fishing in Canada’s summer season proves difficult for winter bred polar bears.
Establishing who will lead the herd is settled with a fight.
The Canadian salmon’s great migration upstream to spawn is a life and death journey.
Spring arrives in Canada, creating a productive ecosystem for sea plants and animals.
Mosquitoes can carry some of the most deadly diseases known to man, but that won’t stop some scientists from sacrificing their own blood to feed them for a greater benefit.