Panda thumbs, Chimp meds, scientific Zombie models and more Science & Health in FTN Daily #92, Wed, Jan 18, 2017
Chimpanzees eat certain plants as medicine. We can profit from that. Aurélie Sobocinski for CNRS News
Looking for a Plague Vaccine
You can never be too careful. Lydia Zuraw for Kaiser Health News
The bigot prince
Prince Charles trying to educate ordinary people on climate is a bit rich. Jacob Furedi for Spiked.
Zombie science is totally legit
Just the concept of zombies is already helpful to understand real world issues and develop solutions. Kate Baggaley for Popular Science.
How many trees are in your city? Treepedia at the: MIT Senseable City Lab
Thumbs up for Panda
Some panda species have strange thumb-like appendages, but their thumbs evolved for strikingly different reasons. W. G. Sheldon for JSTOR Daily
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