Trying to inspire my students to connect concepts with current real-world science on #ScienceSunday! This week - biology innovations communicated through pictures (A-C sources stories from Scientific American; with a shameless plug from my own research in the last panel). https://t.co/xTRFhDJRy4
An analysis by @CDPHE found that living in a community with higher rates of air pollution may be associated with greater risk of coronavirus infection. This shows why there's a disproportionate toll on communities of color. #ScienceSunday https://t.co/Z9JKOJoD1U
UW researchers used artificial intelligence to simulate the sounds of a piano based only on a video of a pianist's hands. This project could change the way we interact with or learn to play the piano. #ScienceSunday #UWDiscovers https://t.co/3SgYVfJKtf
Wow Finally someone said what people all over the world needs to hear! Big thanks to Mike Ryan from @WHO Continues to do an so important job! All support for you Mr. Ryan 🦸️🦸️
It's #ScienceSunday! @DavidsonOnline shares updates from team of researchers in Denmark who have managed to extract genetic material from mammoth teeth that are over one million years old, breaking the previous record set. To learn more: https://t.co/KDwZ8Ivdgphttps://t.co/HsnonQov6c
You can get food poisoning from reheated rice.
Wait.. let me explain in general.
Uncooked rice can contain spores of bacillus cereus (a bacteria), which can survive when rice is cooked.