Here we go again folks… some cool STEMy things from the month of September:
You may have already read this one, but the votes are in, and the blobfish was named “the ugliest animal on earth.” But don’t worry, it’s all in the name of conservation. Read article.
Ok, so we know that earthquakes are not really a weather phenomenon, but this story was too interesting not to share. So, for lack of a better place to put it, check out this story of how an earthquake in Pakistan created a mud island…. Read article.
rejoice cry yourself to sleep. Heading the ball turns out to be bad for you. Read article.
In the endless pursuit to rid us of the tedium of house cleaning, the Mab Automated Cleaning System was revealed. Now get to work, tiny flying robots! Read article.
This month researchers at the University of Sydney revealed a sleeping dragon: a colossal explosion at the center of the galaxy . Read article.
The sea is looking a little bit more like outer space this month, as research has revealed how ocean eddies and black holes have a bit in common…. Read article.
Think video games have no real-world applications? This blogger explains how video games can affect real-world sports car design. Read article.
Wind energy has long been criticized for its affect on birds. Solano Energy is now committing itself to the conservation of a particular federally-protected bird of prey: the golden eagle. What do you think? Is it enough? Read article.
So there, various STEM subject lovers. We’ve got you covered!