Links to things I thought interesting
Why conservation needs to work around people’s values
If you ever wondered why so many plants have wort in their name.
The academic work-life balance is so wrong. Errant Science takes a humourous look at a very serious subject.
Learn about the biology of peaches and how to cook them
Interesting commentary on a paper about how walnuts have invaded forest ecosystems
Continuing with the food theme, how a Swedish countess introduced potatoes to the European diet
Have you ever heard a hawk moth squeak? Now you can and they use their genitals to make the sound 🙂
If you ever wondered how beetles fold their wings, then here is the answer. Full details about a complex subject.
Polish scientists are looking at ways of making eating insects more appetizing
Finally, William Playfair the Scottish scoundrel who invented all the graphs we love to hate