Monday, January 30, 2012

Slow Loris Debate, Magnetic Soap and more

Wow, I didn't realize how many of my headlines this week ended with a question mark until I saw them all at once. Maybe this week I'll try to work in some exclamation points.

Anyway, here are this week's articles...

First up, two very popular posts for Scientific American:

Should YouTube Ban Videos of the Adorable but Endangered Slow Loris?

Can Stem Cells Help Save Snow Leopards from Extinction?

This week's Mother Nature Network articles covered a pretty wide range of topics:

Another graphene miracle: It can distill booze

Frugal woman leaves $1.7 million to Salvation Army

Magnetic soap: New tool for oil spill cleanup?

And finally, here are several short items for Green Hands USA:

Cahaba River Society Endorses Ecosystem-Saving Car Tag

Free App Helps You Choose Healthy, Responsible Goods

Peoria Commits to Sustainability

Students Inspire Middlebury College to Go Solar

I turned in several new features last week, and will be turning in a few more this week, so expect a lot of interesting stuff in February.

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