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How to beat a fingerprint scanner

How to beat a fingerprint scanner

3-D printed hands expose security vulnerability

By | Posted November 16, 2016

Your spitting image

Your spitting image

Researchers are using saliva bacteria to tell people apart and detectives may be next

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The inner lives of fish

The inner lives of fish

If fish feel pain and pleasure, what should we do?

By | Posted November 7, 2016

The weird world of carnivorous plants

The weird world of carnivorous plants

Photographer Matt Kaelin grows bug-eating plants in his Long Island apartment

By | Posted October 10, 2016

Mixed news for otter recovery

Mixed news for otter recovery

The otters of Monterey Bay are doing well, but their neighbors are still suffering

By | Posted October 7, 2016

Paleontology: Now in Technicolor!

Paleontology: Now in Technicolor!

Psittacosaurus is the latest dinosaur to be reconstructed in its original hues

By | Posted October 3, 2016

Don't believe your ears

Don’t believe your ears

For howler monkeys, an evolutionary surprise: Males with fiercer calls have smaller testicles

By | Posted January 7, 2016

Seafloor communities create electricity

Seafloor communities create electricity

In the digital age, we’re all connected by electricity — and some microbes are too

By | Posted November 18, 2015

Pecking order for birdbrains

Pecking order for birdbrains

Monk parakeets, like humans, use complex thinking to understand where they stand in their group’s social order

By | Posted October 22, 2015

Zoltan Takacs’s venomous vision

Zoltan Takacs’s venomous vision

Toxin researcher mines snake DNA for potential medicines

By | Posted September 28, 2015

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