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The high cost of carbon in city trees

The high cost of carbon in city trees

They stymy climate change, but for a premium

By | Posted October 18, 2013

A light touch

A light touch

New twist on microscopic technique lets users feel the forces pressing in on particles

By | Posted October 17, 2013

Can’t wait now for a bigger payoff later?

Can’t wait now for a bigger payoff later?

Study suggests self-control might not be the only thing to blame

By | Posted October 15, 2013

Flesh-eating bacteria: an underachieving scourge

Flesh-eating bacteria: an underachieving scourge

A closer look at exaggerated reports of the man-eating microbe that terrorized Florida.

By | Posted October 10, 2013

Theoretical chemists win Nobel Prize in chemistry by tackling physics

Theoretical chemists win Nobel Prize in chemistry by tackling physics

Researchers are awarded for taking their chemical experiment to cyberspace

By | Posted October 9, 2013

"Bio-Artist" paints life in the laboratory

“Bio-Artist” paints life in the laboratory

With living tissue as his artistic medium, Oron Catts aims to put science into perspective.

By | Posted October 8, 2013

Two theorists, Englert and Higgs, share Nobel Prize in physics

Two theorists, Englert and Higgs, share Nobel Prize in physics

The scientists, along with others, predicted an invisible force field affecting all matter.

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Nobel prize in physiology recognizes the cargo delivery system in our cells

Nobel prize in physiology recognizes the cargo delivery system in our cells

Three U.S.-based biochemist professors discovered how cells sort molecules.

By | Posted October 7, 2013

When an ice pack isn't enough

When an ice pack isn’t enough

Whole body cryotherapy is gaining popularity but not credibility

By | Posted October 5, 2013

Tiger Leg Monkey Tree Frog Photo Credit by Anthony Herrel

Tree frogs evolving to monkey around

Scientists find that tree frogs do more walking than hopping

By | Posted October 4, 2013

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