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Stories by Jeanna Bryner

12 Obvious Science Findings of 2012

12 Obvious Science Findings of 2012

Exercise is good for you, whereas high heels are not, and calling an ambulance saves lives

December 26, 2012 — Jeanna Bryner, Stephanie Pappas and LiveScience

Brain Scans Reveal Dogs' Thoughts

New fMRI images of unsedated dogs represent a first peak into what dogs are thinking and open a door into canine cognition and social cognition in other species

May 8, 2012 — Jeanna Bryner and LiveScience

Homophobes Might Be Hidden Homosexuals

A new analysis of implicit bias and explicit sexual orientation statements may help to explain the underpinnings of anti-gay bullying and hate crimes

April 10, 2012 — Jeanna Bryner and LiveScience
Baby Monkeys with 6 Genomes Are Scientific First

Baby Monkeys with 6 Genomes Are Scientific First

There are no plans to create human chimeras, a researcher emphasized. This research by itself should help with biomedical studies more relevant to humans

January 6, 2012 — Jeanna Bryner, Stephanie Pappas and LiveScience
Stories by Jeanna Bryner

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