As I mentioned in my response, sometimes, if the finds are considered newsworthy
enough, they'll make it to at least the popular science press, if not to the
general media. An example from Scientific American:
http://www.sciam.com/article.cfm?articleID=000464A6-F2C7-1CE2-93F6809EC5880000&pageNumber=1&catID=1

"John W. Redelfs" wrote:

> After much pondering, Jim Cobabe favored us with:
> >Jim what sources do you use to keep abreast of this kind of news?
> >---
> >
> >Only the most reputable peer-reviewed science journals.  (Of course!)
> >
> >;->
>
> Could you share a title or two with me?  Or is this some kind of
> proprietary secret?  --JWR
>

--
Marc A. Schindler
Spruce Grove, Alberta, Canada -- Gateway to the Boreal Parkland

“The first duty of a university is to teach wisdom, not a trade; character, not
technicalities. We want a lot of engineers in the modern world, but we don’t want
a world of engineers.” – Sir Winston Churchill (1950)

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