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Some stars are magnetized so intensely that they emit huge bursts of magnetic energy and alter the very nature of the quantum vacuum

By Chryssa Kouveliotou, Robert C. Duncan and Christopher Thompson
Explaining Frog Deformities: How Parasites Can Cripple Frogs
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Explaining Frog Deformities: How Parasites Can Cripple Frogs

By Andrew R. Blaustein and Pieter T.J. Johnson

Why? The Neuroscience of Suicide: Physical Clues to Suicide

New research addresses the wrenching question left when someone ends his or her own life   This article appears in the In-Depth Report Genius, Suicide and Mental Illness: Insights into a Deep Connection...

By Carol Ezzell

Evolving Inventions

Computer programs that function via Darwinian evolution are creating inventions that are novel and useful enough to be patented

By John R. Koza, Martin A. Keane and Matthew J. Streeter

Satellite-Guided Munitions

Highly accurate yet affordable strike weapons, proved in Afghanistan, are the latest upgrades to America's arsenal

By Michael Puttré

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Three decades of research shows that drinking small to moderate amounts of alcohol has cardiovascular benefits. A thorny issue for physicians is whether to recommend drinking to some patients...

By Arthur L. Klatsky


  • Why? The Neuroscience of Suicide [All-Access Subscribers Only]

  • Letters


  • Advances

    Nothing but Net

  • Bad Medicine

  • T Cell Triumph

  • Storm before the Calm

  • Scaled-Up Superposition

  • Greenhouse Suits

  • Water or Not?

  • Fire and Ice

  • Taking the Heat

  • The Olmec's Write Stuff

  • Regenerating the Heart

  • Recommended

    The Next Big Thing?

  • Skeptic

    Psychic Drift

  • Anti Gravity

    Sheer Lunacy

  • 50, 100 & 150 Years Ago

    Old Fish -- New Cars -- Blue Light

  • Perspectives

    No Immunity to Pork

  • In Brief

    Data Points: Oil in Water

  • Brief Points: February 2003

  • Puzzling Adventures

    Five Trusty Flares

  • Profile

    The Reality of Race

  • Staking Claims

    Take a Number

  • Innovations

    Reverse-Engineering Clinical Biology

  • By the Numbers

    Religion in America

  • Technicalities

    Robots That Suck

  • Working Knowledge

    Carbon Copy

  • Departments

    Fuzzy Logic

  • Ask the Experts

    Ask the Experts: February 2003

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