Monthly Archives: March 2015

When some people are more equal than others

In 1981, a Swedish psychologist called Ola Svenson asked a group of 81 students from the University of Oregon to rate their driving skills. A little surprisingly, 93% of the students placed themselves ‘in the top 50% of drivers’. In … Continue reading

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Fighting the current: Jellyfish swim to stay together

How do you study swarms of jellyfish? By attaching accelerometers to them, of course. Read about the research that came out of that venture on the front page of Marine Science Today.

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