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Happiness: Do we have a choice?

Happiness: Do we have a choice?

The many dimensions of what makes us happy, today and over a lifetime

By | Posted January 28, 2011

Catastrophic cascades

Catastrophic cascades

What can we do to prevent the electrical grid from toppling like dominoes?

By | Posted January 27, 2011

Microchip melodies

Microchip melodies

Simplicity and complexity collide in Tristan Perich’s music

By | Posted January 26, 2011

Blood and lace

Blood and lace

Laura Splan’s artwork will make you look – twice

By | Posted January 25, 2011

Loggerhead sea turtles not yet safe from extinction risk

Loggerhead sea turtles not yet safe from extinction risk

Researchers add pathogenic fungus to risk list for already endangered turtles

By | Posted January 24, 2011

The Fates of Universes

The Fates of Universes

Astrophysicist Michael Shara studies star explosions and the evolution of the universe

By | Posted January 21, 2011

Within reaching distance of mind-controlled movement

Within reaching distance of mind-controlled movement

Neural control of robot limbs is tantalizingly close for paralyzed patients. So what’s holding the technology back?

By | Posted January 20, 2011

The Monkey in the Mirror

The Monkey in the Mirror

Curious monkeys might exist outside of children’s fiction

By | Posted January 19, 2011

Bridging science and culture with the Thirty Meter Telescope

Bridging science and culture with the Thirty Meter Telescope

How taking the right steps helped mitigate a 40-year dispute in Hawai‘i

By | Posted January 18, 2011

A Long and Winding Road

A Long and Winding Road

The debate over a road through the Serengeti is heating up again, but for all the wrong reasons

By | Posted January 14, 2011

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