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Scientific American 12m
T. rex couldn’t stick out its tongue. With its tongue attached to the bottom of its mouth, the dinosaur probably ate like modern crocodiles.
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Why your summer might be full of mosquitoes: a scientist explains what makes some years worse than others
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Scientists have tested Einstein’s theory of general relativity to new degrees of precision.
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Could the self-repairing "Star Wars" droid L3-37 come to life? We're not that close to making self-modifying robots, expert says
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How Ebola vaccines have helped to usher in a new era in the outbreak response
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Scientific American Jun 23
Why our brains see the world as “us” versus “them”
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Scientific American Jun 22
How to fix recommendation bias and evaluation inflation
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Scientific American Jun 22
There has been increasing attention directed towards the rising rate of colorectal cancer in younger age groups.
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Scientific American Jun 22
An expert discusses the effects of separation trauma and other health and mental consequences of breaking up families.
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Scientific American Jun 22
How to fix recommendation bias and evaluation inflation
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Scientific American Jun 22
At an Alabama power plant, FuelCell Energy and ExxonMobil aim to capture 90 percent of CO2 (via )
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Scientific American Jun 22
Oil and gas facilities leak more methane than previously thought
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Maya Miller Jun 22
News/life in the U.S. has been *something* this week. Take a short escape to galaxies 500 million lightyears away--the backdrop of a new Einstein-related physics test:
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Scientific American Jun 22
Should law enforcement need a warrant to track your cell phone? Today, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in favor of digital privacy. Here's some background on the case: (By )
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Scientific American Jun 22
The subatomic world seems to obey different rules than those that govern our “normal,” macroscale reality. Scientists hope to understand what divides these two realms with laboratory experiments that will seek to put macroscopic objects in quantum states.
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Nature Chemistry Jun 22
The oganesson odyssey: read about the last element of the periodic table as we know it in this month's IYE, by
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Scientific American Jun 22
Analysis of a million-plus genomes points to blurring lines among brain disorders
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Beluga whales in an Alaskan bay had their hearing tested, and have apparently suffered little hearing loss due to ocean noise. podcast by
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Scientific American Jun 21
The healthy addiction? Coffee study finds more health benefits
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Scientific American Jun 21
NASA offers new plan to detect and destroy dangerous asteroids
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