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You might find that each year you gain significantly more images. Here is a model of the total images per year for my computer.
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You had great science teachers in school, but why stop there? Follow these fantastic educators on Twitter.
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Robotics engineers from MIT built a battery-powered quadruped robot that can run as fast as a human and jump over hurdles, all on its own.
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“Rain just doesn’t fall in a civilized fashion in Texas,” says Ronald Kaiser, a water expert at Texas A&M.
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Sea spiders have such tiny abdomens that their guts and genitals are in their legs.
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Researchers think they may have stumbled on an intervention that can both treat WNS and prevent more colonies from being killed.
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A lot of the questions that can be answered simply with fMRI data have, by virtue of being simple, already been answered.
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A millipede ended up with 6 extra pairs of genitals. Or, if you count each appendage, a total of 16 sexual appendages.
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Isn’t it time we had a major breakthrough in the gear that helps us manage diabetes? Well, we’re about to.
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You don't need to work at CERN, TRIUMF or KEK to unlock the mysteries of the universe. Just construct your own private physics shrine from the comfort of your kitchen table.
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Road rage begins to make sense when you look at it through the lens of behavioral science.
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Ahead of a possibly history ruling tomorrow, a lawyer, a philosopher and a research scientist passionately explain why animals deserve the right to bodily freedom.
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When Justice Jaffe issues her ruling tomorrow, we know the full significance of the order she has issued. But one day, surely, we will recognize that there is no good reason to keep apes in prison, nor to deny them basic rights.
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Because animals do not have a voice with which to express their rights and confront those who would deny them, then research must elucidate their needs and speak on their behalf.
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Armed with a GoPro and a drone, a father and son document the natural wonders of Antarctica.
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Last November, shortly after he’d been hired as a sheriff’s deputy in rural Clark County, Idaho, John Clements indulged his curiosity by reviewing the county’s unsolved homicides. It was a short list. Clark County, a former rail hub in a desolate swath of eastern Idaho, has fewer than 870 residents, and years often elapse between […]
Globe-like agglomerations of human neural cells look and act strikingly like real, living grey matter.
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