Loving Your Job May Lead to Unethical Behavior, Bumblebees Bite Plants to Make Them Bloom, and Jupiter’s Moons Formed from Specks of Dust


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Learn about how bumblebees bite plants to make them bloom early; why loving your job too much could lead to unethical behavior; and how Jupiter’s largest moons Io, Europa, Ganymede, and Callisto each built themselves up from a single grain of dust.

When pollen is scarce, bumblebees bite plants to force them to flower by Cameron Duke

Loving your job too much might lead to unethical behavior by Kelsey Donk

Jupiter's largest moons each built themselves up from a single grain of dust by Grant Currin

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