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Dinosaurs Roaring Ahead, by Accident

Dinosaurs Roaring Ahead, by Accident

How a little luck—and a large extinction—aided dinosaurs’ dominance.

By | Posted October 31, 2008

An Army of Animal Oceanographers

An Army of Animal Oceanographers

Animal data collectors can close gaps in ocean and ice monitoring.

By | Posted October 29, 2008

Do you burn more calories when you think hard?

Do you burn more calories when you think hard?

Asks Todd from Tulsa, Oklahoma

By | Posted October 27, 2008

Jungle Love—and Turf Wars

Jungle Love—and Turf Wars

A new technique finds tropical birds sing duets to locate mates—and to guard their territories.

By | Posted October 24, 2008

The False-Memory Diet?

The False-Memory Diet?

Phony memories of bad food experiences may help dieters trim calories.

By | Posted October 22, 2008

Crashing Galaxies Offer Best Evidence Yet of Dark Matter

Crashing Galaxies Offer Best Evidence Yet of Dark Matter

Physicists hope to unlock the mystery of this bizarre substance.

By | Posted October 17, 2008

"The Science of Fear"

“The Science of Fear”

A review of Daniel Gardner’s book about the fears that shouldn’t consume us.

By | Posted October 15, 2008

Deadly Tuberculosis Maybe Not So Deadly, Study Finds

Deadly Tuberculosis Maybe Not So Deadly, Study Finds

Researchers get aggressive with drug-resistant strains of TB and see promising results.

By | Posted October 10, 2008

The Power of Poo

The Power of Poo

Farmers generate energy, save money and help the environment, with a little help from some dung.

By | Posted October 8, 2008

Clocking the Speed of Stars

Clocking the Speed of Stars

New stellar speedometers may help astronomers solve some of the universe’s biggest mysteries.

By | Posted October 3, 2008

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