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Steph Yin • January 14, 2015
Understanding how swamp sparrows use context in their songs could shed light on the evolution of human language
Scientists have competing ideas for why gastric bypass patients show higher rates of alcohol abuse post-surgery
Scientists continue to debate whether experiments can show that our primate ancestors evolved fairness, or if cooperation is uniquely human
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Hardier microbes make biofuel production more feasible
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Air-breathing fish do exist — and they use a remarkable respiratory system to survive on land
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A citizen science initiative is trying to collect more information about seahorses from around the world
Special structures in the bones of giraffes’ feet help to keep them upright
How the state between wakefulness and sleep can produce some of our most unique thoughts.
Little, pale wings make for a slow and often unsuccessful journey south
What can the genetics of a centuries-old plant virus tell us about modern food security?