Anthea Bell, Translator of Freud, Kafka and Comics, Dies at 82 – The New York Times

Translating is “like acting,” said Ms. Bell, the rare practitioner who became a well-known name in her own right.

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Mary Midgley, 99, Moral Philosopher for the General Reader, Is Dead – The New York Times

Writing into her 90s — her last book was published last month — Dr. Midgley challenged with wit and verve the primacy of science as arbiter of reality.

Astronomers Find What May Be First Exomoon—And It’s an Absolute Unit | Smart News | Smithsonian

Exomoon

Astronomers suspect that there’s Neptune-sized celestial body trailing an exoplanet about 8,000 light years

Source: Astronomers Find What May Be First Exomoon—And It’s an Absolute Unit | Smart News | Smithsonian

Walter Mischel, 88, Psychologist Famed for Marshmallow Test, Dies – The New York Times

Dr. Mischel’s experiments with preschoolers and sweets zeroed in on the importance of delayed gratification, and his insights changed the study of personality.

A Fish Has Passed The Benchmark Test Of Self-Awareness | IFLScience

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In a series of experimental observations conducted by Japanese researchers, bluestreak cleaner wrasse – a petite coral reef fish that mutualistically munch

Source: A Fish Has Passed The Benchmark Test Of Self-Awareness | IFLScience

Meet the Rosehip Neuron: A Newly Discovered Cell in the Human Brain | Smart News | Smithsonian

Rosehip Neuron

The neuron is not found within lab mice, possibly explaining why mouse studies often do not translate to human brains

Source: Meet the Rosehip Neuron: A Newly Discovered Cell in the Human Brain | Smart News | Smithsonian