Speaking of Science: News from the Oberlin College Science Library
Thursday, April 14, 2011
"In Brief" in New Scientist - always satisfying!
If you're curious about the natural world and don't have time or the inclination to delve deeply into scholarly journal literature, the New Scientist section "In Brief" is for you. Every week, just 10 minutes will reward you with a wealth of startling new research findings, summed up in engaging reports aimed at a general audience. You can always find an issue of New Scientist on our "Journals Received This Week" display - settle into the comfy chair positioned there and enjoy brief summaries condensed from peer-reviewed journal articles. New Scientist writers are marvelous at their craft, and you may well be drawn to read the entire issue cover to cover.