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Dengue fever warming up to human habits

Dengue fever warming up to human habits

Urbanization and climate change expand the disease’s comfort zone.

By | Posted August 10, 2007

Too Big for Its Britches

Too Big for Its Britches

The Atlantic Yards development will push South Brooklyn’s over-taxed plumbing infrastructure to the max.

By | Posted August 3, 2007

Wading in Hormones

Wading in Hormones

Feminized fish: Susceptible victims of a changing aquatic environment or harbingers of worse to come?

By | Posted August 1, 2007

Episode 6: The Sound of Science

Listen to a round table discussion about the ethics of lie detector tests.

By | Posted July 30, 2007

To Sleep, Perchance to Breathe

To Sleep, Perchance to Breathe

A night in New York University’s Sleep Disorders Center.

By | Posted July 27, 2007

Extreme Weather, Extreme Rockfall

Extreme Weather, Extreme Rockfall

Warmer temperatures, melting permafrost: beware avalanches

By | Posted July 25, 2007

Green Cabs

Green Cabs

How environmentally savvy is your urban chariot?

By | Posted July 20, 2007

Winging It

Winging It

Can physics solve the mystery of avian flight?

By | Posted July 18, 2007

The Pro-Active Fight Against Alzheimer’s

The Pro-Active Fight Against Alzheimer’s

NYU researchers track mind and body for early signs of memory decline.

By | Posted July 13, 2007

AIDS by the Numbers

AIDS by the Numbers

The New York Blood Center’s Beryl Koblin, HIV vaccine vigilante

By | Posted July 11, 2007

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