Interesting Stuff: Early October 2009

Here are some things that have struck me as particularly interesting recently.



  • How pruning works.
  • Nanotubes as fertiliser? Even if impractical, still cool.
  • Hyenas cooperate to solve puzzles.
  • Back in February, I linked to a fascinating article about bacteria without cell walls. Here is a blog post on the research, which includes pictures. [Update: I have since learned that L-form bacteria have been known since the 1930s, and that it is only the method of reproduction that is news.]

Palaeontology and Archaeology:


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