Editor’s Selections: Tropical Titan, Brains are different on Macs, and Remote-Controlled Flying InsectsJune 18th, 2012 Editor's Selections 36 Comments
Sarah Kendrew selects interesting and notable ResearchBlogging.org posts in the physical sciences, chemistry, engineering, computer science, geosciences and mathematics. She blogs about astronomy at One Small Step.
The tropical lakes on Saturn’s moon Titan may not quite be like the Caribbean, they’re one of the of the many intriguing enigmas in the Solar System. Invader Xan describes these interesting features on Supernova Condensate.
An recent neuroscience paper examines the effect of operating system, version and workstation type on the outcome of a popular brain image analysis package, and finds significant differences in measurement results. Neuroskeptic describes all, with some good discussion in the comments section.
The remote controlled flying insects described on the Cellular Scale are quite an amazing feat of engineering. With cool videos too.
Have a great week all, and I’ll be back next Monday with more selections.