(Snafu Haiku) why pretend to be a small potato StarBear? solve agar problem! h/t Lab staple agar hit by seaweed shortage, Nature Journal
Yay for Astronaut Tim! And Eruca for sativa… uhm, eureka!
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Tagged Arugula, Astronaut Tim, Rocket, Rocket science, Seeds, space
Amazing! See the tasty slice here: Scientists have Finally Sampled The Most Abundant Material on Earth, Motherboard, via Digg.
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Tagged Alien Haiku, Bridgmanite, Holidays, Meteorite, Perovskite, Pizza, StarBear
So…life from Mars? I wouldn’t bet on it, but the idea that life began on Mars & flew here by meteorite is not totally silly http://t.co/hbQHe3HyOp — Richard Dawkins (@RichardDawkins) August 29, 2013 StarBear also features in the Tardigrada Newsletter this … Continue reading
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Tagged abiogenesis, Earth, earth life, Florence, Geochemical Society, Mars, Martian meteorite, Organism, Steven Benner
An update on the MAVEN contest! Here is the winning one: It’s funny, they named Mars after the God of War Have a look at Earth Benedict Smith United Kingdom (Going to Mars with MAVEN) Next project, after knitting a … Continue reading
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Tagged Benedict Smith, Blue, colour, Earth, haiku, Klein bottle, Mars, MAVEN, NASA, Red, signing up to go to Mars, University of Colorado Boulder