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Dengue fever vaccine inches to approval

Dengue fever vaccine inches to approval

Newly completed clinical trials show the vaccine works, but perhaps not well enough

By | Posted November 26, 2014

Curtains up, cellphones out

Curtains up, cellphones out

Theater experts are connecting audiences with smartphones

By | Posted November 25, 2014

The Mountain Pine Beetle: a deadly artist

The Mountain Pine Beetle: a deadly artist

The Mountain Pine Beetle kills trees and paints them blue from Mexico to Canada

By | Posted November 24, 2014

Is your food safe?

Is your food safe?

Yes — until it’s not. And these experts say that’s the problem

By | Posted November 21, 2014

A high-flying health concern

A high-flying health concern

Brain lesions observed in military pilots don’t appear to be a major risk, but researchers are studying preventative measures just in case

By | Posted November 20, 2014

The puzzle of morality

The puzzle of morality

A Harvard neuroscientist looks to evolution to explain altruism

By | Posted November 19, 2014

The fly — household pest, or environmental hero?

The fly — household pest, or environmental hero?

Housefly larvae help scrub antibiotics from manure at factory farms

By | Posted November 17, 2014

Sticking it to Nature

Sticking it to Nature

A new underwater glue is science’s latest attempt to mimic the natural world

By | Posted November 14, 2014

To Save Himalayan Viagra, Localize It

To Save Himalayan Viagra, Localize It

Two Remote Villages Devise a Plan for Sustainably Managing Harvests of Yartsa Gunbu

By | Posted November 13, 2014

Drawing outside the lines

Drawing outside the lines

Stymied scientists disagree about how to drive home global warming lessons

By | Posted November 12, 2014

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