- Hand-Washing Detectors Could Save Lives
- Scientists Ramp Up Search for E.T.
- If Death Is Certain, How Do You Live?
- What's the Best Way to Barbecue?
- A Way to Travel at 'Star Trek's' Warp Speed
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New tech makes sure health care workers wash hands before caring for patients.
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Scientists ponder colossal schemes to tame hurricanes, climate change and more.
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'Confrontational' training only makes your pooch more aggressive, study shows.
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They're not just our best friends ... pets can reduce stress and our waistlines.
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- To Some, Lights Are Noisy
- Edible 'Sensor' Could Alert You to E. Coli
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Nature often unleashes its most extreme events in August. Is there a reason?
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- Scientist Develops Lifelike Robotic Fish
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- Could Dust Stop Hurricanes?
- Real-Life 'Knight Rider' Car Coming Soon?
- Can Robot Worms Kill Cancer?
- Fake Sugar Can't Psych Out Brain
Scientists say human brain hits more fouls than homers.
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- Can Pets Tell Time?
- Study: 'Weight-ism' Is Bigger Than Racism
- Beautiful Women: They Want It All
- Want to Live Longer? Go to School
- Why Are Musicians Creative? Improv
Uncontrollable muscles in the face reveal lying, new research shows.
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- Charging Your Cell Phone With Your Hand?
- Aggression: As Good as Food or Sex?
- Magnets Curing Pain
- Scientists: Era of Overwhelmed Planet Needs New Name
Many Americans find nanotechnology "morally unacceptable," study says.
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- Older Men, Younger Women = Long Life
- When Life Nearly Ended
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Want your Halloween party to be really scary? Turn out the lights.
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Technology used in wheelchair prototype could bring speech to the mute.
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- Is Getting Mad Good for Your Mind?
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- Climate Change: Even the Experts Argue
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- Forget Laundry! New Clothes Trap Germs
- Paralyzed Mice Walk Again
According to researchers, a little anger can help you make better decisions.
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- Scientists Close to Creating Bionic Man?
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A miniature rocket motor may be the solution to powering a synthetic human arm.
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- Boss Doesn't Listen? He Doesn't Have to
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Psychologists Say If People Wait, They're More Easily Spun by Bad Information
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- Why Do We Eat So Much When It's So Easy Not To?
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- Wanna Save the World? Make Sure You Plant the Right Tree
Researchers Made Great Strides in Creating Focused Attack Against Cancer
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- Kids on War, Peace and Terrorism
- The Good Times Define Us, Not the Bad
- Many Would Rather Be Anything but Obese
- Could Research Lead to Cancer Cure-All?
- Search for Life Needs Rethinking
- Laughter May Indeed Be the Best Medicine
- Go Ahead and Laugh
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Scientists Baffled by Insects That Eat Everything in Their Path -- Including Each Other
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- Where Do the 'Big Ideas' Come From?
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- Woman With Perfect Memory Baffles Scientists
- Marital Stress Affects the Hearts of Husbands and Wives Differently
- 'Alien' Wasp Kills Whole Forests
Researchers Say the Brain Acts Differently Just Before a Moment of Revelation
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- Cat Parasite Affects Everything We Feel and Do
- Is Climate Change to Blame for 'Dead Zone'?
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Researchers Believe Human Eyesight Evolved to Help Avoid Deadly Snakes
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- Do We Care About the Environment?
- Scientists Discover How Killer Whales Learn to Hunt
- Geometry Is Supposed to Be Easy
- Is Overfishing Changing the Gene Pool?
- Snowflake Hunter Scours the Earth to Study Crystals
- Better Living Through the Arts
New Research Illuminates Primate Behavior in Social Situations
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- Making Future Moon Rovers Good Enough to Eat?
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- Putting Pen to Paper Helps Manage Stress
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- Did Global Warming Boost Katrina's Fury?
- Katrina Proved Experts' Early Warnings Right
Spurring Creative Thinking for Future Space Missions: Edible Buggies
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- You Are What You Think?
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- Genes May Affect Loneliness -- And More Friends Might Not Help
- Last Feast of the Eagles
- 'Wasp Hounds' Sniff Out Trouble
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- Camels and Cheetahs in North America?
How You Use Your Brain May Determine How Healthy -- or Unhealthy -- It Is
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- It's a Bird, It's a Plane, It's a Snake!
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Research Shows Brain Has Limits for Multiple, 'Intensive' Tasks
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- When Stress Is Good for Your Health
- Study: Males With Young Stay Loyal
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- Grizzlies Encroaching on Polar Bear Country
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Nitrogen May Be a Fertilizer, But Can End Up Crowding Out Rare Plant Species
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- Wildlife Havens Squeezed by Human Needs
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- Opposites Attract? Not According to Gene Researchers
- Can We Control the Weather? Maybe
- Studies Say We Learn to Fib While Young
- Study: Lowering Child Death Rate Not Costly
- Ancient Crocodile Fossil Defies Dinosaur Label
Growing Human Population Demanding More Natural Resources
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- Scientist Rates Bird IQs
- All For One? Why Humans Cooperate
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- Study: Negative Words Dominate Language
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Among Bird Brains, Crows Are Most Clever, Survey Finds
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- Scientist Build a 'Brain' From Rat Cells
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- Direct Link Between Stress and Aggression
- Females More Susceptible to Sweet Tooth
- Weather Made Lewis and Clark's Trek Successful
- Study: First Impressions Really Matter
- Wired Greenhouses May Help Beat Droughts
- Study: Sunflowers Could Supply Hydrogen Fuel
- Study: Older Runners Getting Faster
The Combination of Biology and Technology Can Be Trained to Fly a Flight Simulator
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- Study: Weeds Make the Best Medicine
- Speed Chess Study Proves Practice Makes Perfect
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- Most Don't Know How Good (or Bad) They Are
- Study Finds People Eat More If Food Is Colorful
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- Researchers Design Games to Boost Self-Esteem
- Shortcut for Hydrogen Cars: Gasoline
Researchers Finds Weeds Will Cure What Ails You
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- Study: We All Tell Lies Over the Phone
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Study Shows Phone Calls Are Ideal Fibbing Media
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- A New Take on Human Intelligence
- Brain Research Raises Boggling Issues
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- Is It Time to Scrap SETI?
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- Real Pictures Can Trigger False Memories
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Tech Wizard Tries to Describe What Makes Us Smart
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- Vets Say People Need to Understand Their Pets
- Ocean Robots That 'Feed' on Whale Food
- DNA's 'Rungs' May Be What Makes Us Different
- Hormones, Not Just Love, Make Moms Tough
- Old Policies Make Shift From Foreign Oil Tough
- Alien Abductees Show Emotion Can Cloud Truth
- Research: Old People Helped Evolution
- Cloning Considered to Revive Tasmanian Tiger
- Why Do Flies Like Our Food? They Have Taste
Do You Understand Your Pet? Vets Say Most Don’t
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- Boosting Brain Power Now Possible
- Researchers Map Brain's Inspiration Point
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- Entomologist: Insects Could Be Used as Bioweapons
- Study: Exercise and Music Clear the Brain
- Study: Listening Keeps Kids Off Drugs
- New Sensor Network Sniffs Cities for Bioweapons
- Exoskeleton Helps With Heavy Loads
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Brain Enhancement Drugs and Treatments Have Some Worried
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- Iceberg Threatens Penguin Survival in Antarctic
- Study Links Music With Listeners' Emotions
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- Scientists Reveal Three Keys to Happiness
- Exercise-Crazed Mice Are Poor Thinkers
- How Whale Hunting Changed the Ocean
- The Galileo Mission: Hard-Won But Successful
- New Studies Shed Light on Dreams' Meanings
- Spider Web Holds Valuable Secrets
Recently Calved Iceberg in Antarctic Threatens Penguin Survival
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- Study: Teens' Minds Wired for Cheap Thrills
- Do Traffic Tickets Saves Lives?
- Study Suggests Alexander Not So Great
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- Babies, Birds Learn to Talk in Same Way
- Mathematician's Dog Knows Calculus
- Babies Recognize Mom's Voice from the Womb
- Study: Bad Youth Shapes Murderers
- Smells, Gases Keep Order in Ant Colonies
- Scientists Study Amazing Flight of Flies
Study Explains How Teens’ Brains Are Wired for Cheap Thrills
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- Scientist: Worry More About Asteroids
- What Happens When Lightning Strikes?
- Testing the Reliability of Child Witnesses
- Astronaut Corps Far From Ordinary People
- Study: Exercise Keeps the Brain Sharp
- When Will the World End? New Theory Emerges
- Polars Bears Threatened by Melting Ice
- Scientists Designing Fish for Better Taste, Nutrition
- When Reputation Outweighs Data
Some Argue We Should Worry About Incoming Asteroids
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- Wind Is Fastest Growing Energy Resource
- Shy People More Vulnerable to Viruses
- Study: White Christmases Have Become Rare
- Botox Sheds Light on Alzheimer's
- Study: Animals Get Confused Too
- Finding Innovations to Feed the Hungry
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- How Earthquakes Make Spacewaves
- How Much Matter Died to Fill Your Tank?
An Age-Old Power Resource Is Making a Comeback
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- Next Big Thing Is a Really Small Battery
- Lee Dye: Why Some Glaciers Get Dirty
- Study: Nodding or Shaking Head Changes Opinion
- Sleep Affects Some Memories But Not All
- Columnist Lee Dye Remembers a NASA Rebel
- 'Hulk' Producers Consulted Sea Cucumber
- Study: Workers' Stress Much Higher Than Bosses
- Study: Army Ant's Bloody Rampage Is in its Genes
What's the Next Big Thing? A Really, Really Small Battery
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- NASA Mission to Pluto Was Hard-Won
- Studies Suggest Men Handle Pain Better
- Giant Grid Plan Could Power Nation
- People's Senses Are Ever-Adjustable
- Conflicted About the War? Here's Why
- Columnist:Technology Alone Can't Win War
- Scientists Look to Tapeworm for Drug Model
- Super-Termites Are Munching Across U.S.
A NASA Mission to the Smallest Planet Was Hard-Won
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- Study: Being Social Keeps Mind Sharp
- Vet Diagnoses Dogs With Compulsive Disorder
- Scientists Use Virus to Trace Assault Suspect
- Researcher: Pets Keep People Healthy
- Squirrels Shed Light on Human Hibernation
- Women's Brains Better at Handling Anger
- How Garbage Fueled Ancient Agriculture
- Scientists Study the Moments Before Dying
- Scientists Mine Gold With Alfalfa
Study Finds Being Social Late in Life Helps Keep the Mind Fresh
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- Scientists Seek Personality's Roots in Brain
- Spiny Spiders Use Colors to Lure Lunch
- Researchers Use Fluorescence to Study Coral Reefs
- Computer Tests Proves Handwriting Analysis Is Legitimate
- Satellite Imagery Locates Prehistoric Paths
- Humans Still Follow Old Mating Rituals
- Study: Turning Off Office Lights Saves Birds
- Researchers Working to Establish an Odor Index
- Researcher: Vegetarian Diet Kills Animals Too
Can Personality Be Traced to the Brain? Researchers Look for Signs
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- Blue Whales Eat Constantly and Travel Solo
- Jaguars Moving Back Into U.S.
- Suprise Finding: Wading Birds Thrive After Droughts
- Scientists Use Seals to Videotape Deep Sea Fish
- Scientist Learning How Music May Prevent Dementia
- Scientists Aims to Measure Distance to Moon in Millimeters
- How Snakes See Two Ways
Close Studies of Blue Whales Reveal Their Endless Appetites, Solo Nature
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- Researcher: Giving Can Save Your Life
- Researcher: Brown Spiders Not Deadly After All
- Study: Young and Old Remember Differently
- Jaguars Captured on Candid Camera
- Scientist: Hyenas May Have Hunted People
- Why Rattlesnakes Are Bold Road Crossers
- What We Still Don't Know About Earthquakes
Researcher Finds Evidence Why It’s Truly Better to Give Than Receive
More November-December 2002 stories...
- Scientists Create Lullabies From Brain Waves
- Underappreciated Bats to Appear on Postage Stamps
- Why Are More Men Waiting to Marry?
- Columnist Lee Dye: It's Time to Make Research Free
- Is the Grand Canyon Still Growing?
- NYC Tree Gets a Second Life in China
- Unlocking Aloe Vera's Healing Secrets
- Researchers Seeking Ways to Save Egyptian Ruins
- Study: Final Sleep Hours Are Critical
Have Trouble Sleeping? Listen to Your Brain
More July-August 2002 stories...
- Stereotypes Lead Boys to Prefer Drums to Violins
- Did Pollution Drive Fish's Evolution?
- Study: Disaster Triggers Births, Marriages, Divorce
- Expedition Seeks to Answer How Warming Will Affect Snow
- Why Some People See Numbers, Letters in Color
- Scientist Sprouts Fresh Plant From Ancient Seeds
- Did Meat Eating Help Shape Society?
- Scientists Say They Can Forecast Earthquakes
Despite Changes, Study Finds Boys Still Choose Instruments by Gender
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- Developing a Giant Space Mirror
- Undersea Mounds May Host Gas Pockets Ready to Burst
- Scientist Traces Rat Migration Using Genetics
- Scientists: Global Economies Tied to Frost
- New Technology to Root Out Terrorists
- New Tech Could Help Search Wreckage
- New Fuel Cells Seen in Near Future
- Scientists Seek Reasons For Orca Decline
Scientists Developing Superlight Material for Giant Space Mirror
More September-October 2001 stories...
- Researcher Records 'Craziest' Whale Sounds
- Moon's Dark Side Gives Climate Hints
- Scientists Pine for Military Ranges
- Study: Sharks Bite With Upper Jaws
- Bugs Bunny Study Reveals Memory's Malleability
- Studies: A Little Warming Can Destroy Societies
- NASA Investigates Beaming Energy From Space
- The Violent Environs of Early Planets
- Mountains, Whitecaps Change Weather Models
Researcher Records ‘Craziest Sound in the World’ From Minke Whales
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- Scientists Find Some Plants Like Touch, Some Don't
- Oil Drilling: the View From Alaska
- In Search of Pollution-Eating Bugs
- Scientists Seed Clouds to Make Rain
- The Comeback of the Trumpeter Swan
- Pulling Ant Castles From the Ground
- How Water Is Cracking Up Antarctica
- Urban Jungles Eat Up Coastal Beauty
- Little Known Tarantula Traits
Is Touch Good For Plants?
More January-February 2001 stories...
- A Computer Designed to Determine Gender
- Researchers Determine What Makes People 'Choke'
- Crows Are Bandits, But Know Thier Own Kind
- Tech Researchers Inspired by Marine Life
- Scientists Put Alligators on a Treadmill
- Scientists Discover Mosquito's 'Nose'
- Meteorologists: This Winter Will Be Like Last
- Inventer Creates Glow-in-the-Dark Bike
A Computer That's Better Than Humans at Determining Gender
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- Maya Flacks Had Fingers Chopped Off
- Why Researchers Can't Control Mosquitoes
- Exploring the Vast Unknowns of the Sea
- How the Earth Makes Diamonds
- Psychiatrists: Rage Comes From Accumulation
- Tiger Mosquito Invades the U.S.
- Flamingo and Grebe May Be Sister Species
- NASA Considers Blimp to Explore Distant Moon
Researcher Determines Maya Flacks Met Gory Punishment
More July-August 2001 stories...
- Mongolian Dust Reaches Arizona
- Rougher Waters Threaten Blue Mussel
- Scientist Dreams of Freedom From Oil
- Study: Bad Hormones Lead to Bad Marriages
- Scientists Learns Secrets of Strad Violin
- Northwest Faces Indestructable Weed
- Science Behind 'Holier-Than-Thou'
- Scientist Uses Pigs To Test Toxic Sites
When Mongolian Winds Whipped Through the Gobi Desert, Arizona Got Dusty
More March-April 2001 stories...
- NASA Finding Ways to Re-use Waste
- Scientists Use Primitive Site to Model Life's Beginnings
- Growing Vaccinated Fruits and Vegetables
- More Powerful Telescopes on Horizon
- Groups Seeks Protection for Lunar Remains
- The Decline of the Quaking Aspen
- El Nino Leads to More Problems Than Storms
- The Psychology of Voting
NASA Is Researching Ways For Future Missions to Reuse Waste
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- Reviving the Chestnut Tree
- Scientist Explains Snowflakes
- Decline of Colorado River Is Severe
- Ocean 'Census' to Use Tracking Devices
- Lab Stumbles Upon 'Immortal' Flesh
- Government Probes Goodyear Tires
- Exploring an Underwater Mountain
- The Silver Lining of Ugly Oil Platforms
- Report: Goodyear Replacing Tires Quietly
- Scientists Find Ancient Salmon Cycles
Biological Warfare, Genetic EngineeringMay Save Chestnut Tree
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- Engineer Develops Personal Helicopter
- Scientists Go to the Bush to Find TB Cures
- Trees That Love Global Warming
- Nursing Bears Back to the Wild
- Zapping Teachers For Science
- Assessing American’s Science Knowledge
- Life of a Hurricane Rider
- 'Sniffing Out' Extraterrestrial Life
- The Dilemma of Delisting Species
It Isn’t Airborne Yet, But a New Personal Flying Machine is Ready for Testing
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