When I’m not blogging, I’m browsing. Here are sites and pages that I bookmarked on May 29th:
- Breakthrough Technology Enables Edible TruTag to Prevent Counterfeit Medicine: A novel technology that can help prevent not only counterfeit medicine and other consumables, but can also be used in a wide range of often-counterfeit goods.
- ‘House of the Sun’ getting crowded?: The National Science Foundation’s board of directors finally expected to decide whether to give the go-ahead by the end of this year to its proposed 143-foot-tall solar telescope near the summit of Haleakala.
- Professors inject science into the spectacular art of GigaPan: Scientists from around the world are gathering in Pittsburgh today to discuss how GigaPan, a camera system invented at Carnegie Mellon University, makes research easier, more in-depth and a lot more artistic.
- Voyage to the centre of the ‘Plastic Vortex’: A group of conservationists and scientists is due to set sail for an obscure corner of the Pacific Ocean in the coming months to explore a vast swirl of waste known as the “Plastic Vortex.”
- Fish Poisoning May Be Why Polynesians Left Paradise: Could ciguatera poisoning be behind the storied migrations of the Polynesian natives who colonized New Zealand, Easter Island and, possibly, Hawaii in the 11th to 15th centuries?
- Hawaii company aims to feed the masses farmed tuna: The popularity of tuna is growing, but the heavy fishing of wild tuna to meet this demand is rapidly shrinking the global supply. Now a Hawaii company wants to build the world’s first commercial bigeye tuna farm.
Check out all my bookmarks on Delicious.