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Bald Eagles on the Hudson River

Bald Eagles on the Hudson River

Once on the brink of extinction, bald eagles are making a home for themselves near New York City

By | Posted May 31, 2010

On The Subject of iLeafs And Cowborgs

On The Subject of iLeafs And Cowborgs

Is biological engineering the beginning of a new technology revolution?

By | Posted May 30, 2010

From Bacteria to Blueberry

From Bacteria to Blueberry

A renewable energy company in Seattle discovers a new way to brew biochemicals.

By | Posted May 29, 2010

Science News for the Week of 5.24.10

Science News for the Week of 5.24.10

Pixar’s secrets, Saturn’s close-up, and fMRI 101

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Scientific Curiosity Can Be Mistaken For Terrorism

Scientific Curiosity Can Be Mistaken For Terrorism

The Urban Scientist’s interest in city power plant sparks suspicion

By | Posted May 27, 2010

New York Buses Could Sprout Roots

New York Buses Could Sprout Roots

Local man wants to breathe life into the tops of buses

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Easing the Burden of Military Suicide

Easing the Burden of Military Suicide

A new study shows promising data from the Air Force’s Suicide Prevention Program

By | Posted May 26, 2010

The Broad Street Cholera Outbreak

John Snow’s Maps of the Broad Street Cholera Outbreak

An early example of data visualization’s power

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Of Mice and Men

Of Mice and Men

Like people, mice show pain on their faces

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Sexual Predators in Sonic Disguise

Sexual Predators in Sonic Disguise

Male Asian corn borer moths mimic predatory bats to mate with females

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