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Weirdness in Cosmic Web of the Universe: Faint Strings of Galaxies in 'Empty' Space Arranged in Way Never Before Seen
Personality Predicts Social Learning in Wild Monkeys: Bold or Anxious Baboons Learn to Solve Tasks from Other Baboons
- Scientists 'Herd' Cells in Tissue Engineering
- Milky Way Amidst a 'Council of Giants'
- A Shocking Diet: Microbe 'Eats' Electricity
- Death Stars Blast Planets Before They Even Form
- Cosmic Web: Strings of Galaxies In 'Empty' Space
- Empathy: Chimpanzees and Human Engagement
- Drinking: Decision-Making Center of Brain ID'd
- X-Ray Laser Spies Deep Into Saturn and Jupiter
- Personality Predicts Learning in Wild Monkeys
- Timid Jumping Spider Uses Ant as Bodyguard
- Soldiers: Invisibility Cloak, Thermal Camouflage
- Healthy Midlife Diet May Prevent Dementia Later
- Early Universe Galaxies Mature Beyond Years
- Possible Evidence for Dark Matter Particle
- European Looks Changed Over Past 5,000 Years
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- Lithium Therapy: Better Safety, Effectiveness
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- Education Boosts Brain Function Long After School
- Gesturing With Hands Helps Kids Learn Math
- Plaque On Brain Scan: Cognitive Impairment?
- Key Breaking Point Involved in TBI Modeled
- Outside the Body Our Memories Fail Us
- How Light Affects Our Brain's Performance
- U.S.: Cocaine Use Down, Marijuana Use Up
- Smokers' Brains Biased Against Bad Smoking Images
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- Blood Test for Cognitive Decline, Alzheimer's?
Infants Using Known Verbs to Learn New Nouns: Before Infants Begin to Talk in Sentences, They Are Paying Careful Attention to Conversations
- Cosmetic Treatment Can Open Door to Bacteria
- Small Baby Girls More Likely to Be Infertile
- Nutrition, Probiotics Key for Digestive Health
- Tricky Balancing Act: Antibiotics, Gut Microbiota
- Preterm Delivery: Healthy Eating May Reduce Risk
- Dropped Toast? Five-Second Food Rule Exists
- Pre-Term Birth Leads to Higher Risk of Asthma
- Infants Using Known Verbs to Learn New Nouns
- BPA Linked to Breast Cancer Tumor Growth
- Vitamin D Increases Breast Cancer Survival
Bending the Light With a Tiny Chip: Silicon Chip Acts as a Lens-Free Projector, May One Day Fit in Cell Phones
Two-Dimensional Material Shows Promise for Optoelectronics: LEDs, Photovoltaic Cells, and Light Detectors
- Acoustic Cloaking Device Hides Objects
- Chip-Scale Tunable Laser: Bandwidth-On-Demand
- Lens-Free Projector for Cell Phones?
- Face Match? Passport as ID, Incredibly Fallible
- LED Lamps: Less Energy, More Light
- Rural Biomass Power Plants Stabalize Power Grid
- Turing's Theory of Chemical Morphogenesis
- W. Virginia Spill: Effects of Chemicals?
- Thinnest LEDs Stronger, More Energy Efficient
- 2-D Material Shows Promise for Optoelectronics
- Van Allen Probes: Improving Space Weather Models
- Survey Finds Thousands of Stars, No 'Planet X'
- Mystery of Planet-Forming Disks: Magnetism
- Plasma Plumes Shields Earth from Solar Storms
- Icy Wreckage in Nearby Planetary System
- Storing Rocket Fuel in Space for Future Missions
- Hubble Witnesses an Asteroid Disintegrating
- Catalog of Massive Stars Created
- New Robotic Refueling Technologies Tested
- Small Step Toward Discovering Habitable Earths
Mapping Behavior of Charges in Correlated Spin-Orbit Coupled Materials: Electronic Disruption Prods Mott Insulator's Conversion to Metallic State
- More Secure Communications With Quantum Physics
- Interpreting Lab Tests: Doctors Often Uncertain
- Synthetic Biology: Genetic Circuit Analysis
- Computer System Simulates Tax Evaders
- Mapping Spin-Orbit Coupled Materials
- Can the Blind 'Hear' Colors, Shapes?
- Spite: The Dark Side of Fair Play
- Smartphones Become 'Eye-Phones'
- Software Analyzes Apps for Malicious Behavior
- Squeezing Light Into Metals Using Printer
Light Pollution Impairs Rainforest Regeneration: Seed-Dispersing Bats Avoid Feeding in Light Polluted Areas
Mongol Empire Rode Wave of Mild Climate, but Warming Now May Be Tipping Region Into Unparalleled Drought
- Ocean Food Web Is Key in Global Carbon Cycle
- California, Arizona: New Species of Desert Poppy
- Wild Fish Swim Much Faster Than Farmed Fish
- Exotic Plants Alter Ecosystem Productivity
- Light Pollution Impairs Rainforest Regeneration
- Impersonating Poisonous Prey: Gradual Evolution
- Urban Lawn Care Habits Vary a Lot
- Mongol Empire Rode Wave of Mild Climate
- Volcanoes Helped Species Survive Ice Ages
- Predation On Invertebrates Ups Carbon Capture
After Major Earthquake, Silence: Dynamic Stressing of a Global System of Faults Results in Rare Seismic Silence
- Long-Term Warming Likely to Be Significant
- After Major Earthquake, Rare Seismic Silence
- New Light Shed On Changing Greenland Ice
- Renewable Sources: Artificial Scents and Flavors
- Alaska the Last Frontier ... Not for Long
- Alps: Microwave Radar Monitors Sliding Slopes
- 'Dirty' Air Weakens Hurricanes and Cyclones
- Farm Salmon: Clear Reproductive Threat to Wild?
- 'Super Bacteria' Clean Up After Oil Spills
- Conservation: Evolutionary Distances No Shortcut
- Ancient Funerary Art: Therapy for Bereaved
- Did First Animals Oxygenate Earth's Oceans?
- Ancient Pacific Settlers' Diet: Mostly Foraging
- New Dino: Europe's Largest Terrestrial Predator?
- Pigment or Bacteria? Color in Fossil Feathers
- Astronomy and the Shadows of Petra
- New Fins Evolve Repeatedly in Teleost Fishes
- Sea-Level Rise Threatens World Heritage Sites
- Fossil: 160-Million-Year-Old Doahugou Biota
- How Apes and Humans Evolved Side by Side
- Urbanization Exposes Cities to Seismic Risk
- Gizmos: Preschoolers Outsmart College Students
- Japan's Mega-Earthquake Left Mark On Survivors
- Animal Behavior: Love or Kill Thy Neighbor?
- Human Activity and Beach Bacterial Diversity
- Long-Lasting Ring Works Against HIV, Pregnancy
- Pre-Columbian City: America's First Melting Pot
- Telling Smokers 'Why' to Quit Better Than 'How'
- New School Meal Standards Mean Kids Eat Better
- Blasts: Brain Injury Even Without Symptoms?
- Climate Change Affects Shrimp, Sardine Markets
- Using Treadmill While Working Boosts Productivity
- Google Glass Could Stop Public Health Threats
- Warning: Your Open-Plan Office Can Make You Ill
- Portable Hydrogen Fuel Cell for Honolulu Port
- What's It Take to Heal Disaster-Ravaged Forest?
- Will Plug-In Cars Crash the Electric Grid?
- NY Leads in State Efforts to End Ivory Trade
- Sustainable Manufacturing Systems and Humans
- Sociable Robots: Rise of Compliant Machines
Why Breastfed Babies Are So Smart: Moms Who Breastfeed Are Often Responsive and Read to Their Babies
Virtual Computer-Based World an Effective Learning Environment for Healthcare Education, Study Shows
The Musical Brain: Novel Study of Jazz Players Shows Common Brain Circuitry Processes Both Music, Language
- Preschoolers Can Do Algebra Naturally
- Zoos, Aquariums Do Teach Us About Biodiversity
- Education Attenuates Impact of TBI On Cognition
- Can App Make Life Easier for Kids With ADHD?
- Older Fathers: Psychiatric Problems in Kids?
- Study Shows Why Breastfed Babies Are So Smart
- Online Training Effective for Healthcare: Study
- Autism Definition May Cut Diagnosis by One Third
- Will Legalization Raise High School Pot Use?
- Brain Circuitry Processes Both Music, Language