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Are Butterflies Two Different Animals in One? The Death And Resurrection Theory

Here’s a dangerous, crazy thought from an otherwise sober (and very eminent) biologist, Bernd Heinrich. He’s thinking about moths and […]

NIH Official Calls For Extension Of Moratorium On Bird Flu Experiments

A voluntary moratorium on certain experiments involving forms of bird flu altered in laboratories should continue until there can be […]

Thank The Simple Wasp For That Complex Glass Of Wine

The next time you take a sip of your favorite wine, you might want to make your first toast to […]

Telescope Targets Black Holes’ Binges And Burps

NASA’s newest space telescope will start searching the universe for black holes on Wednesday. Scientists hope the NuSTAR X-ray telescope, […]

Legal Battle Erupts Over Whose Plastic Consumers Should Trust

In 2007, Eastman Chemical began marketing a tough new BPA-free plastic called Tritan. Business was good, says Lucian Boldea, a […]

What Does The Future Hold For Bird Flu Research?

In a hotel ballroom in New York City, a couple hundred flu researchers watched with interest Monday as a government […]

Embarrassed By Your Olympic Javelin: Did Cavemen Do It Better?

Stronger, faster, fiercer, finer. That’s what the Olympics promise us — higher performance, new world records. But not if you […]

Weekend Special: The Miracle Of The Felt-Tipped Pen

I guess things get swallowed all the time, but this tale (from a hospital case study in Devon, in Britain) […]

Two More Nearing AIDS ‘Cure’ After Bone Marrow Transplants, Doctors Say

The so-called Berlin patient is famously the only person in the world who has been cured of HIV. But he […]

Changing The Image Of AIDS

Photographer David Binder began documenting stories about AIDS in the late 1980s and became well-known for humanizing the epidemic for […]

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