SteemSTEM Distilled #29

in #steemstem4 years ago

Welcome to the 29th issue of SteemSTEM Distilled, a bi-weekly curation effort by the members of the @steemstem team.

SteemSTEM is a community driven project which seeks to promote well-written and informative Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics posts on Steemit. The project involves curating STEM-related posts through upvoting, resteeming, offering constructive feedback, supporting scientific contests, and other related activities.

For more details, a recent update on the steemSTEM can be found here, and a not so recent one there. Moreover, if you ask yourself about what it means to be part of steemSTEM, please check here.


Our team scours the platform for original and quality content.

After working through thousands (literally!) of STEM-related posts and upvoting more than 150 that we deemed to be worthy, we proudly present you our top 6 handpicked choices for this Monday-Wednesday period.


Monday


Teardown/Explanation of an Electric Fly-Swatter

In his latest post, @proteus-h explains to us how an Electric Fly-Swatter works and breaks down one apart to show us what it's made off.












What I Learnt Last Week 14: Noise and The Brain, Your phone as a microscope, Osteoporosis' treatment, Ebola Vaccines, & The Lips movement and hearing

In another episode of his "What I learned This Week" series, @pearlumie introduces us to some really cool scientific tidbits he learned this week. Some of the things you will learn include how to use your phone as a microscope,a new osteoporosis treatment that is under way and a new Ebola vaccine.


Tuesday


MAN AND NATURAL DISASTERS --- Tornadoes; and the wind goes crazy yet again.


A tornado is a rapidly rotating column of air that is in contact with both the surface of the Earth and a cumulonimbus cloud or, in rare cases, the base of a cumulus cloud. Check out @whileponderin post to learn more about how they are formed, what causes them and what to do during one.



Space Invaders




Not all space invaders come from space, some invaders just come our space. And sometimes they enter the space of a delicate ecosystem, with destructive consequences.. Check out this really interesting post by @jozefkrichards to learn the impact of the new species that have invaded New Zealand.





Wednesday


Peculiarities of cancer cells --- Warburg Effect and Glutamate. Will there be a cure?




An incredibly informative article about cancer cells and their peculiarities. Did you know for example that cancer cells prefer anaerobic glycolysis even when the environment is abundant with oxygen? Check out the latest post of @tngflx to learn more


Isopod Got Your Tongue?




@branbello introduces us to Cymothoa exigua, one of the world's most interesting parasites. Commonly known as the tongue eating louse, this little guy actually replaces the host's tongue..with itself!




A few words about the nomination process


For the sake of transparency we feel we need to clarify how our nomination process works; each issue is compiled by certain members of the SteemSTEM community. This mid-week's editorial team was comprised of @trumpman.

The editorial team chooses their favorite posts for the week and each issue is the result of their joined effort. In order to keep the process fair, posts written by the editorial team are excluded from the nomination process.

Don't be discouraged if you didn't make it on this issue. The competition is harsh and there is always a next time :)

All curation rewards earned will be used to fund @steemstem project functioning and activities.

See you all next Monday!

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Wednesday, An incredibly informative article.

From fly killing electric circuits to tongue eating parasites these posts are great. Keep up the good work everyone!

Congratulations to the authors !

Congratulations to all the authors featured. Again, this is a righteous selection by @trumpman :)
Trumpman really make a team with himself :p

wow very nice

Nice post. Quite informative.
Thanks for sharing @steemstem

Congratulations to this weeks chosen authors! Keep up the awesome work!

appreciated and congrats best of luck

Yeay! This is my first time featured on distilled post! Thanks so much for the upvote and publicity too. This is a great motivation for me to keep producing such content.

good evening steem friend, I am still a beginner ... I will study through senior posts, sometimes I hesitate to comment but this time I take the liberty to comment even though it is possible for seniors to be meaningless. thank you

Wao post increíbles.

Thank you for the great work! appreciated (and ofc voted) ^_^

Thank you, much appreciated.

Thank you for the mention and the continued support @steemstem! And excellent choices on the other articles, I enjoyed reading about the tongue-eating isopod quite a bit.

Excellent post

congratulations to the team that made it this week next time it will be us cheers

incredible steemstem..this is not a goal for the mere finance, but also for the development of science and technology exchange for the advancement of man ... bravo @steemstem

Wao, you are very knowledgeable. I just started to follow you now. I believe i will learn a lot from you

It is truly nice to see how science & technology is a big deal and has its own place inside this community, I like it when those topics are under the spotligt.

Can we have more neurosciences & electrophysiology posts please?, I´m kinda working on a few & they will come soon enough...

Congratulations to all!. Thanks @steemstem. Regards.

well done steemstem team and Kudos to the authors.

@steemstem Excellent compilation of technical scientific works. Congratulations

very good post

really interesting read, the tongue eating louse is my new phobia

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