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Power (Dis)Play? Teams In Black Draw More Penalties

Hockey teams wearing darker-colored jerseys are more likely to be penalized for aggressive fouls than teams wearing white jerseys, according […]

Buying Sustainable Fish Is Getting Easier, But It’s Still Hard

This week, Whole Foods, the upscale grocer, said it is eliminating 12 fish species from its seafood section as part […]

A Bug’s Life: Store Caters To Collectors Of Crawly Pets

If you’re the kind of person who screams at the sight of an insect or spider — or worse, steps […]

Bird Flu Scientist Has Applied For Permit To Export Research

The Dutch scientist at the center of the controversy over recent bird flu experiments says that his team applied for […]

Little Red Riding Hood Gets A 21st Century Attitude

She’s been visiting grandma since 1697, when her story was first published in a French anthology of children’s stories. Now […]

Melt Or Grow? Fate Of Himalayan Glaciers Unknown

The Himalayas are sometimes called the world’s “third pole” because they are covered with thousands of glaciers. Water from those […]

Lights Off, Eyes Open: New Moon Darkens Skies For Meteor Shower

Tonight is a good night for a meteor shower. The Lyrids aren’t known for their flashy shows, but this year […]

Monster-Sized Rabbits Discovered; Sadly, They Can’t Hop

What if, one day, an ordinary cockroach scuttling across my kitchen floor gets hit gamma rays from deep space that […]

How Does Poop End Up In Your Food?

No matter how hard salad companies try to keep dangerous microbes out of your bag of greens, they can’t seem […]

Following The Lives Of Chimpanzees On Screen

The new Disneynature film Chimpanzee started off the way most movies do. Co-producers and directors Mark Linfield and Alastair Fothergill, […]

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