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New birth control targets ovulation without hormones

New birth control targets ovulation without hormones

Researchers are developing another birth control option for women

By | Posted November 17, 2011

A fine-tuned grin

A fine-tuned grin

Science shows that the smile has evolutionary leanings

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A hospital disease spreads to schoolchildren

A hospital disease spreads to schoolchildren

How unhygienic habits are exposing students to infection

By | Posted November 16, 2011

Where science meets the people

Where science meets the people

A sociologist talks about his experiences with scientific communication

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The chronology of chronobiology, courtesy of hamsters

The chronology of chronobiology, courtesy of hamsters

Biological clockwork still holds secrets

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Tasmanian tiger wrongfully hunted to extinction

Tasmanian tiger wrongfully hunted to extinction

Skull analysis reveals it hunted prey smaller than sheep

By | Posted November 15, 2011

Fecal transplants: the scoop on therapeutic poop

Fecal transplants: the scoop on therapeutic poop

Are fecal transplants really an effective and safe way to treat infection?

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Of evolution and amber, mosquitoes and things

Of evolution and amber, mosquitoes and things

A mosquito embedded in amber yields clues about the remarkable resilience of malaria

By | Posted November 14, 2011

Mineral Monday: Rutile

Mineral Monday: Rutile

A star (ruby) is born

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The good, the bad and the ugly microbes

The good, the bad and the ugly microbes

How changes in the microbiome could impact eczema in kids

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