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Older and Wiser?

Older and Wiser?

New studies help explain why, despite having more experience, senior citizens often make unprofitable financial choices

By | Posted November 18, 2010

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Scientists, Get Political

To move forward on climate change, the illusory boundary between science and politics must come down

By | Posted November 17, 2010

No Glass Slipper for Runners

No Glass Slipper for Runners

Current running shoe recommendations won’t protect you from injury.

By | Posted November 16, 2010

New York Science Events This Week | November 15th - 21st, 2010

New York Science Events This Week | November 15th – 21st, 2010

The holiday season officially starts on Saturday when the New York Botanical Garden kicks-off its annual Holiday Train Show.

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Chilean Earthquake Shakes Up Prediction Methods

Chilean Earthquake Shakes Up Prediction Methods

GPS analysis allows scientists to better forecast earthquake hazards

By | Posted November 11, 2010

How Fish Disappear

How Fish Disappear

Researchers show how zebrafish can change color without using their eyes.

By | Posted November 10, 2010

Kids and Catapults

Kids and Catapults

Children hurl insults during Catapult Month at the New York Hall of Science: “No, YOU’RE a projectile!”

By | Posted November 9, 2010

Fishing “Down The Pricelist” Threatens Ocean Ecosystems

Fishing “Down The Pricelist” Threatens Ocean Ecosystems

Overfishing has led Indian fisheries to rely on less marketable species for profit — a practice that could have severe ecological consequences

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New York City Science Events This Week | November 8th-14th, 2010

New York City Science Events This Week | November 8th-14th, 2010

What do bed bugs, laser weapons, and democracy have in common? Nerd Nite!

By | Posted November 7, 2010

Like Worms to a Bomb

Like Worms to a Bomb

Worms respond to explosives — but can they stop the bad guys?

By | Posted November 5, 2010

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