From the page:
Action Fraud is the place for you to find out about fraud.
We’re the UK’s national fraud reporting centre. If you’ve been scammed, ripped off or conned, there is something you can do about it – get in touch with us.
You can now forward on scam emails you receive to Action Fraud at [email protected].”
Enigma genius Alan Turing papers saved for the nation
From the page: A restaurant in London’s Covent Garden is serving a new range of ice cream, made with breast milk.
The dessert, called Baby Gaga, is churned with donations from 15 women who responded to an advertisement on an online mothers’ forum.
Kara Cerveny, Steve Wilson’s lab, UCL
This photomicrograph shows the retina from the eye of a three-day-old zebrafish (Danio rerio). Zebrafish are small tropical freshwater fish that are widely used in scientific research. The retina is viewed here from the front, as if the viewer is looking directly into the eye of the fish. This image is of the whole eye, created by reflecting half the image across its origin to represent the naturally occurring perfect symmetry observed in the zebrafish.
David McCarthy and Annie Cavanagh
False-coloured scanning electron micrograph of a honeybee. The honeybee has a hairy thorax and segmented abdomen, a pair of double wings and three pairs of segmented legs. Each leg has a different ‘tool’ designed for a specific function to assist in the collection and transport of pollen to the hive for the production of honey.
Notes for an essay on symbols in The Big Lebowski
Gizzi Erskine is my new no so secret foodie crush. Sigh.