Find out how ancient Mediterranean art can help conservation, how smart headlights see through rain, whether jays are smarter than kids and more in the Advances section of Scientific American's October issue. Links to relevant research papers and other online material are listed below. —Marissa Fessenden
The Exposure Cure
The new study on egg allergy immunotherapy is online here, in the New England Journal of Medicine.
Stealing for Biodiversity
A video accompanies the longer version of this story. The Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA published the research pinning tropical palm seed dispersal on agoutis.
Sergei Petrovich Kapitza
The original blog post appeared here and includes a video retrospective of Kapitza's work by Evident, but Incredible, the award-winning television show he hosted.
An online version of this article is posted here. The galaxy also starred in the first episode of Scientific American's online show The Countdown. Researchers reported this finding in Nature. (Scientific American is part of Nature Publishing Group.)
The Art of Fishing
Researchers published their analysis of grouper fishing as depicted in ancient mosaics in Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment here, behind a pay wall.
A "Just Right" Guitar
A published abstract of the researcher's Acoustics 2012 conference talk is online here.
R. Andrew Hicks, inventor of the wide-angle, nondistorting mirror, has pictures, explanations and more on his website.