Cranium-Cockin’ Canines

Is your dog giving you the side-eye?  This is Sandra Tsing Loh with the Loh Down on Science. It’s one of the cutest quirks in a dog’s repertoire: the head tilt. But what makes our canine comrades shoot us that irresistible angled look?  Andrea Sommese and team at Eӧtvӧs Loránd

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Antiprism-tastic!

What’s the difference between the Baltimore World Trade Center and New York’s One World Tower?  This is Sandra Tsing Loh with the Loh Down on Science, saying —  One is a prism and the other is an ANTIprism! 3D prisms have two parallel shapes connected with rectangles. Think — cereal

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Make Your Own Antiprism

Illustrator and craft blogger Rachel Basinger teaches you how to make your own 3-D Antiprism sculptures. Courtesy of Guardian News & Media Ltd. Materials: four straws, scissors, and some bakers twine (available online here). Step 1: Cut your straws into thirds. Take three pieces of your straw and thread them on

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Pets Article by Nora Bradford!

Nora Bradford, Hiver writer has recently published an article about PETS with Southern California News Group (SCNG)! Nora says, “In a world where science is so central in solving problems around climate change, the pandemic, and a multitude of other issues, it’s our responsibility as scientists to make scientific literature more

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