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When science bites back

When science bites back

The release of genetically modified mosquitoes to control dengue is still raising opposition from Key West residents

On Aug. 30, 2009, Mila De Mier, a realtor from Key West, Fla., stopped at a Staples in Washington, D.C. and printed all 3,766 pages of a petition intended for the Food and Drug Administration. More…

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On the ground: Tracking the Great Indian Bustard

On the ground: Tracking the Great Indian Bustard

A new project aims to track the movement of the critically endangered species in a last ditch effort to help save it

On the ground: A tale of two museums

On the ground: A tale of two museums

The power and limits of what money and space can do for teaching science to the public

On the ground: How to spy on a birdhouse

On the ground: How to spy on a birdhouse

Marketing products that matter

When science bites back

When science bites back

The release of genetically modified mosquitoes to control dengue is still raising opposition from Key West residents

Did hunter-gatherers really spend more energy than modern humans?

Did hunter-gatherers really spend more energy than modern humans?

An anthropologist travels to Africa to find out

Do doppelgängers exist?

Do doppelgängers exist?

Here’s what science says about your alleged look-alike

Creatures of the Ediacaran

Creatures of the Ediacaran

Could animals be older than we thought?