Posts in: Life Science

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The smell of death

The smell of death

Mixing ordinary odors to create death’s perfume

By | Posted February 21, 2016

Bringing the backwoods to Brooklyn

Bringing the backwoods to Brooklyn

Taxidermist Divya Anantharaman injects urban flair into a traditional art form

By | Posted February 20, 2016

Backstage at a plumed performance

Backstage at a plumed performance

How sexual selection turns birds of paradise into dancers

By | Posted February 14, 2016

What is CRISPR, anyway?

What is CRISPR, anyway?

Something primordial is shaping the future of biology

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A gene sequencer that fits in your pocket

A gene sequencer that fits in your pocket

Fast, portable DNA tests are a powerful new tool for fighting disease — and more

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VIDEO: Bioart in action

VIDEO: Bioart in action

How Project Orange combines biotechnology and design to push the boundaries of art

By | Posted February 7, 2016

About face

About face

Why we keep seeing faces in cars, electrical outlets and even cappuccinos

By | Posted February 2, 2016

Viking rodents reveal paths of historic human exploration

Viking rodents reveal paths of historic human exploration

They left an impact on the environment still felt today

By | Posted January 25, 2016

Allele vs. Predator

Allele vs. Predator

Minor gene changes have major consequences for an ecosystem

By | Posted January 23, 2016

Erica of the Jungle

Erica of the Jungle

Erica Mueller, zookeeper, cares for wolves, cougars and other predators at the Turtle Back Zoo

By | Posted January 19, 2016

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