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Thinking by Design

The science of everyday beauty reveals what people really like--and why

August 4, 2011 — Helmut Leder

How Do Tumors Grow?

An alternative explanation for cancer's origins could lead to better therapies

August 4, 2011 — Cassandra Willyard

Project Noah

Help researchers build the go-to platform for documenting all the world's organisms

August 2, 2011
Chewed Plants Can Boost Their DNA

Chewed Plants Can Boost Their DNA

Some plants that are grazed on can then up the number of copies of their DNA, allowing them to produce more proteins and seeds. Karen Hopkin reports

August 1, 2011
Eating the Lionfish

Eating the Lionfish

The answer to an invasive fish species in the Atlantic and Caribbean may just be overfishing. David Biello reports

July 31, 2011

Do Language and Music Mimic Nature?

In a new book, neuroscientist and author Mark Changizi explores how language and music separate us from our primate ancestors

July 30, 2011 — Mark Changizi

Of Shamrocks and Science

Happy St. Patrick’s Day