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Learning Your Sister Is ‘Someone Else’s Twin’

Thirty-seven years ago, identical twins Begona and Delia were born at almost the same time as another infant named Beatriz […]

‘Sex On Six Legs’: When Insects Go Wild

Everything you wanted to know about bug sex (but didn’t bother to ask) is explained in a new book by […]

Improv For Alzheimer’s: ‘A Sense Of Accomplishment’

Many newly diagnosed Alzheimer’s patients go through the stressful phase of realizing they are losing their memory while still having […]

New Electronic Sensors Stick To Skin As Temporary Tattoos

Researchers have created a new thin flexible sensor that can be applied with water, like a temporary tattoo. Measuring activity […]

Slippery Banana Peels Could Be A Savior For Polluted Water

Banana peels don’t get a lot of respect. Though we here at Shots have never actually heard of anyone slipping […]

The Double-Amputee Who Designs Better Limbs

Hugh Herr’s legs were amputated below his knees in 1982 after a climbing accident. From his knees down to the […]

Polar Bear Scientist Faces New Questions

A wildlife biologist is continuing to face questions about an influential paper he wrote on apparently drowned polar bears, with […]

This Can’t Be Happening

OK, if you’ve got nothing else to do for one minute, let me mess with your head. Below, you will […]

The End Of A Physics Worldview: Heraclitus And The Watershed Of Life

At the dawn of Western philosophy and science, some 2,700 years ago, Heraclitus, declared that, “the world bubbles forth.” There […]

Mexico To The Rescue In America’s ‘Venom Belt’

Toxicologists refer to the American Southwest as the “Venom Belt” for its many venomous spiders, snakes and scorpions. In fact, […]

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