Oh, what a fortnight. Here are four wonderful stories I stumbled upon between commencement program stuffing, News@Northeastern writing, and researcher interviewing:
Apparently, it’s “statistically unwise” to include bowling scenes in Hollywood screenplays.
A collection of glass sculptures of marine animals inspires a scientist and a movie maker to create a new documentary film.
Ridiculous video of a bat tongue in action, plus some info on how this otherworldly Chiroptera muscle works.
Alexander Graham Bell, the father of audio communications, shares his voice with us after more than a century sitting silently in the Smithsonian archives.