I'm going to do something a bit different. I've always liked Thursday 13, but I thought I would use it as an opportunity to cross-link the round up of science/humanities articles that I've found particularly interesting around the net this week.
1. Man's Immune System Trained to Kill Cancer
2. Fossils Revise Human Evolution Theories
3. Hair Chemistry Could Help Solve Cold Cases
4. New Emotion Detector can See When We're Lying
5. Egypt's Ancient Fleet: Lost for Thousands of Years, Found in Desolate Cave
6. Enzyme Might be Target for Treating Smoking and Alcoholism
7. Sea Urchins See with their Whole Body
8. Powered by Seaweed, Polymer from Algae may Improve Battery Performance
9. Blood Vessels from Your Printer?
10. New Species of Ancient Predatory Fish Discovered
11. Can Scientists Look at Next Year's Climate?
12. The Lost Plague: London's Graveyards Suggest that Black Death Strain May be Extinct
13. Bacteria Use Electric Wires to Uranium out of Groundwater