This post is an idea post. It isn’t about the latest science (at least, not fully). Instead, it’s about a thought. Something I’ve been wondering about for a while. It started with a friend of mine. This colleague and friend… Read More ›
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So, the flower hat jellyfish pretty much looks like someone painted it while tripping on acid. It doesn’t just have tentacles on the edges, no way man, its got a tentacle party going all up over its body. It doesn’t… Read More ›
I live for moments like this. Things like this make the long nights editing grant proposals, the paper rejections, the failed experiments all worth it. To me, the best part of science is stuff like this: seeing something that completely takes my… Read More ›
Though pretty dead, hold on to your hats for the live ones… This purple jelly recently washed ashore in Queensland, Australia. What is it? A Thysanostoma jelly, and these guys are stunning. Check out these photos submitted by a citizen scientists at jellywatch.org… Read More ›
Researchers have announced that, thanks to a whole slew of amazing science gadgets, they can now control the jellyfish life cycle, causing mini-jellyfish blooms in the lab anytime they want. This finding is cool enough, but how they did it may be one of… Read More ›