Drop of science
Learn how (neurologically) cool octopus arms are (as if you didn’t already know).
Bar talk about tinkering with bioluminescent molecules from jellyfish, corals, and algae, figuring out how they work, and making them more useful for brain science.
The stars align. That’s what you say, when things work out perfectly. In the case of an eclipse, of course, it’s not stars that align but rather the moon and sun.
A nihonium walk of fame is being built to commemorate the discovery of the 113th element
Masaki Watabe talks about automated robotic researchers, future robot rule, and scientific philosophy.
Measuring altitude using atomic clocks seems like a crazy idea, but it’s already being done at RIKEN in Japan