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Rerun watchers rejoice

Rerun watchers rejoice

Revisiting favorite TV shows and books may restore self-control

By | Posted October 19, 2012

Lend me your ears

Lend me your ears

Many musicians crave perfect pitch, but is it all it’s cracked up to be?

By | Posted October 18, 2012

Musicians hear best over the din

Musicians hear best over the din

Scientists demonstrate that musicians are better at understanding speakers in noisy environments

By | Posted October 17, 2012

Becoming city birds

Becoming city birds

Songbirds provide evidence of evolution driven by urbanization

By | Posted October 16, 2012

Dengue fever vaccine remains elusive

Dengue fever vaccine remains elusive

Much-anticipated trial produces mixed results

By | Posted October 15, 2012

A "Nobel" call to action

A “Nobel” call to action

Can’t we all just have a little more fun?

By | Posted October 12, 2012

Cool roofs under scrutiny

Cool roofs under scrutiny

Climate adaptation in Arizona comes with tradeoffs, study says

By | Posted October 11, 2012

Chemistry Nobel Prize awarded to receptor biologists

Chemistry Nobel Prize awarded to receptor biologists

U.S. researchers at Duke and Stanford honored for their work on G protein-coupled receptors

By | Posted October 10, 2012

Nobel Prize in physics awarded to quantum mechanics researchers

Nobel Prize in physics awarded to quantum mechanics researchers

Two researchers, an American and a Frenchman, won this year’s million dollar prize.

By | Posted October 9, 2012

Nobel Prize in medicine recognizes discoveries in cloning and stem cell research

Nobel Prize in medicine recognizes discoveries in cloning and stem cell research

A British and Japanese researcher share the award

By | Posted October 8, 2012

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