Anticipatory Grief During a Pandemic, the Smallest Dinosaur Ever (Maybe), and How Your Brain Processes Music and Speech Differently

Learn about how to cope with “anticipatory grief” you’re probably feeling during the coronavirus pandemic; the controversy around Oculudentavis khaungraae, which may be the smallest dinosaur ever discovered; and how researchers discovered that music and speech are encoded in separate brain hemispheres.

When you mourn something before you’ve lost it, that’s anticipatory grief by Kelsey Donk

Scientists claim to have discovered the smallest known dinosaur of the Mesosoic by Cameron Duke

Scientists found how music and speech are encoded in separate brain hemispheres by Andrea Michelson

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