Thursday, January 24, 2008

New York Times Science Section Loaded With Ispotters

Yvetta Fedorova illustrates the lead story, Political Animals:

“Researchers who study highly gregarious and relatively brainy species like rhesus monkeys, baboons, dolphins, sperm whales, elephants and wolves have lately uncovered evidence that the creatures engage in extraordinarily sophisticated forms of politicking, often across large and far-flung social networks.”

Chris Gash works his weekly Observatory gig:

“Tracking the Spread of Contaminants by Testing Blood Cells”

As always, Stuart Bradford gives visual life to Jane Brody’s weekly Personal Health column:

“A Basic Hospital To-Do List Saves Lives”

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