Bi-​​Weekly Webcrawl

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.