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Rethinking food labels

Rethinking food labels

Contest calls for better nutrition label design, but would that be enough?

By | Posted June 30, 2011

From Beijing to New York: The dark side of traditional Chinese medicine

From Beijing to New York: The dark side of traditional Chinese medicine

Age-old remedies drive trade in endangered species and promote animal suffering, despite alternatives

By | Posted June 29, 2011

For MRI, time is of the essence

For MRI, time is of the essence

A new generation of contrast agents could make for faster and more accurate imaging

By | Posted June 28, 2011

HAL lives, breathes, is infected with toxins

HAL lives, breathes, is infected with toxins

The virtual future of biomedical research

By | Posted June 27, 2011

Rat memory implants, vaccines, and uncontacted Amazonians

Rat memory implants, vaccines, and uncontacted Amazonians

Our favorites from the week

By | Posted June 24, 2011

Are you my mother?

Are you my mother?

Nannies and kids recognize each other’s voices far earlier than scientists expected

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Greening the screen

Greening the screen

To reach a broader public, environmentalists need to go beyond the documentary

By | Posted June 23, 2011

The chuck heard round the world

The chuck heard round the world

Being sexy can also mean being dinner

By | Posted June 21, 2011

Living pollution

Living pollution

Jim Carlton is investing in the future of marine habitats, in more ways than one

By | Posted June 17, 2011

Buzzing buzzards, tracking trash, and seeing in 2D

Buzzing buzzards, tracking trash, and seeing in 2D

Our favorites from the week

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