As usual, I read far more cool things this month than I could fit in my 5-article limited round-up. I hope you find these are awesome as I do! If you're a writer, these should give you some great jumping off points!
The World's Thinnest Transistor Is Just Three Atoms Thick ― Components are getting smaller. Real small.
Scientists Made a Chicken More Like a Dinosaur to See How Beaks Evolved ― This is ethically questionable, like all genetic modifications. But it can't be argued: this is crazy interesting. Not quite Jurassic Park, but interesting.
A Self-Balancing, Two-wheeled Car ― Changing the way we commute is a big endeavor. Perhaps this is one possible solution.
Large Hadron Collider Captures Incredibly Rare Particle Decay for the First Time ― This lab has made some of the most amazing discoveries of the past few decades. Here's one more for the history books.
Watch Astronauts Dock with the International Space Station ― I can't get enough of scientific videos. If you're planning to write in sci fi, this might interest you.
Before you go:
Chimps Have Feelings and Thoughts. They Should Also Have Rights.
What About You?
What do you think about these?
Did I miss something you thought was amazing this past month?
Let me know in the comments!