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Opinion: It is time to think about school shootings not as a problem of security, but also as a problem of education.
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Don’t miss out on our sitewide sale!
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Understanding how autism and ADHD intersect may lead to improved therapies
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Bobsled, luge and skeleton tracks lined with plastic rather than ice could make those sports more accessible worldwide.
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Starfish can see in the dark (among other amazing abilities)
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Scientific American Feb 16
Researchers develop AI software that generates beautiful, original paintings. But can robots create true art? (By )
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Scientific American Feb 16
Blog: How the mind can make sense of quantum physics in more ways than one (By )
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Scientific American Feb 16
Do children not have enough control over their lives?
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Scientific American Feb 16
Leg and head injuries are frequent at the . View the full infographic:
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Brian Switek Feb 16
There’s more to the Age of Dinosaurs than the terrible lizards.
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Scientific American Feb 16
The world’s heaviest bony fish was misidentified. The bump-head sunfish, and not the ocean sunfish, is the world’s largest bony fish.
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Scientific American Feb 16
The quantum internet has arrived (and it hasn’t). Networks that harness entanglement and teleportation could enable leaps in security, computing and science.
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Ayana Elizabeth J. Feb 16
Announcing winners of Big Ocean Button Challenge! 🏆 "Ocean data can ride this wave of mobile app services and help scale how we explore and protect our blue planet." 🌊 My latest for w/ . Judges:
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Scientific American Feb 16
Is humanity ready for the discovery of alien life? Most Americans would probably be thrilled to learn extraterrestrials (intelligent or not) exist. Other nationalities beg to differ (By )
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Scientific American Feb 16
“Sonic weapon attacks” on U.S. Embassy don’t add up—for anyone. Cuban scientists and a new American report both shoot down a list of bizarre theories.
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Scientific American Feb 16
Climate deniers support likely candidate for top White House environment job
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Scientific American Feb 16
What is the bystander effect? If you suffer a heart attack in a crowd, you would be less likely to get help than if there were only one or two people around you. [Video]
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Nature Research Feb 16
Happy Chinese New Year! As 2018 is the Year of the Dog, Nature Research invites you to read some of our favourite canine-related studies from recent years
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Scientific American Feb 16
Astronomers haul in another horde of Kepler planets. Nearly 100 worlds are the latest catch from the hardy space telescope.
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Scientific American Feb 15
Gene expression patterns in the brains of people with autism are similar to those of people who have schizophrenia or bipolar disorder, according to a study.
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