New Scientist: The Daily Newsletter

Welcome to the Tuesday edition of “Hawaii Science Digest”–a Hawaii Island-based blog focusing on science, technology, medicine, health, the environment, cyber security, and artificial intelligence (AI).  Views expressed in this science news summary are those of the reporters and correspondents.  Today’s post cites articles published by “New Scientist”.  Here are the details:

Accessed on 08 January 2019, 1615 UTC,

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Petals detect buzzing bees

Flowers hear bees and make sweeter nectar when they’re buzzing nearby

food lab

The ultimate kitchen: the Danish food lab designing our future meals

mimic poison frog

Core set of genes explain why some animals stick to one mate at a time

The Facebook logo on a phone

Ditching Facebook could reduce stress but also make you less happy

Top geneticist calls for global rules for ethical human genome editing

Top geneticist calls for global rules for ethical human genome editing

Face analysis software on computer

AI can identify rare genetic disorders by the shape of someone’s face

IN DEPTH

Japanese

A scientific guide to the resolutions that are really worth the effort

books

Books of 2019: Our pick of the best forthcoming reads

Burden of Genius review: The story of the first liver transplants

Burden of Genius review: The story of the first liver transplants

An AI conference warns us why we need to mind our language

An AI conference warns us why we need to mind our language

Japanese whalers hauling a minke whale to the ship in the Southern Ocean

Japan’s plan to resume commercial whaling could actually help whales

electric plane

Our addiction to flying is ruining the climate, but it doesn’t have to

EDITOR’S CHOICE

3D printed hearts

Exhibition previews: Visions of a better tomorrow brighten 2019

Watch: Very Large Telescope uses giant lasers in hunt for black holes

Watch: Very Large Telescope uses giant lasers in hunt for black holes

Massive space rock smash-up with Uranus recreated in a riot of colour

Massive space rock smash-up with Uranus recreated in a riot of colour

A person holding up a chip

Intel’s quest to build the world’s first true quantum computer

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