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Chimera Controversy

Chimera Controversy

Scientists searching for better stem cell sources are pushing the boundaries of what is human.

By | Posted August 31, 2007

Gridlock on the Grid

Gridlock on the Grid

As the national power grid ages, we become more vulnerable to blackouts.

By | Posted August 29, 2007

Is there ever going to be a male birth control pill?

Is there ever going to be a male birth control pill?

– asks Margaret from University Heights

By | Posted August 27, 2007

City Life for the Birds

City Life for the Birds

A mysterious heron colony sets up camp in a Queens housing project.

By | Posted August 24, 2007

Quantum Questions

Quantum Questions

Andrew Kent’s New York University physics lab delves into the mysterious world of quantum computing.

By | Posted August 22, 2007

How much of the outside world can a fetus perceive?

How much of the outside world can a fetus perceive?

– asks Mary from California

By | Posted August 20, 2007

Subsidies Blowing in the Wind

Subsidies Blowing in the Wind

Choosing Green Power Feels Good, But Does it Matter?

By | Posted August 17, 2007

We Love Lucy - but is She Science or Art?

We Love Lucy – but is She Science or Art?

A microscopic image of our ancestor’s thigh bone blurs the definitions of art and science.

By | Posted August 15, 2007

How can you overdose on BenGay?

How can you overdose on BenGay?

– asks Jason from Virginia

By | Posted August 13, 2007

Dengue fever warming up to human habits

Dengue fever warming up to human habits

Urbanization and climate change expand the disease’s comfort zone.

By | Posted August 10, 2007

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