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Night Shift’s Possible Link to Cancer

Night Shift’s Possible Link to Cancer

How disrupting the body’s day-night cycle might be carcinogenic

By | Posted October 30, 2010

How Climate Change Influences Children

How Climate Change Influences Children

The smallest among us may bear the greatest burden of a shifting climate

By | Posted October 29, 2010

voting booth

The Brain in the Voting Booth

How hidden biases influence our vote

By | Posted October 27, 2010

A Bit of the Jungle

A Bit of the Jungle

Parrots look like fun pets, but these intelligent animals are often more than people can handle

By | Posted October 26, 2010

New Discovery May Help Plants Grow in Cold Climates

New Discovery May Help Plants Grow in Cold Climates

Genetic tweaks could someday let us farm the tundra

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New York City Science Events for the Week of October 24th

New York City Science Events for the Week of October 24th

Go chuck a pumpkin this week at the New York Hall of Science

By | Posted October 25, 2010

The original Gap logo and the redesigned one

Gap and the Neuroscience of Logo Design

What neuromarketing can tell us about logos (and why designers already knew it)

By | Posted October 24, 2010

Personalized Banking, Inside Your Mouth

Personalized Banking, Inside Your Mouth

Researchers discover how your wisdom teeth could save your life one day

By | Posted October 21, 2010

Do Frequent Fliers Age More Slowly?

Do Frequent Fliers Age More Slowly?

According to Einstein’s theory of relativity, air travel and time travel are intertwined.

By | Posted October 20, 2010

New York City Science Events Week of October 17th

New York City Science Events Week of October 17th

Scientists take on the arts this week in a full-on smackdown

By | Posted October 16, 2010

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