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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

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

Remembering the ladies of computer innovation

Remembering the ladies of computer innovation

Walter Isaacson’s “The Innovators” and the restoration of women to their rightful place computing history

By | Posted November 11, 2014

Some hard science on sexism in academia

Some hard science on sexism in academia

An op-ed in the New York Times argues sexism in academia is over, but it’s off the mark.

By | Posted November 10, 2014

Jiminy cricket’s worst nightmare

Jiminy cricket’s worst nightmare

Insects are highly nutritious and easy on the environment; could they be the next super food?

By | Posted November 7, 2014

Stuck on a problem? Take a walk

Stuck on a problem? Take a walk

Study shows a short stroll may lead to your next creative breakthrough

By | Posted November 5, 2014

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