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A relatively small brain can pack a big evolutionary punch.
A relatively small brain can pack a big evolutionary punch

Homo naledi’s brain shows humanlike features

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Tonight, a new TV series about Albert Einstein premieres on National Geographic, but be prepared for an emphasis on drama, sex and love stories, not science.
Tonight a new TV series about Albert Einstein premieres on National Geographic

The drama of Albert Einstein’s life unfolds in the new series Genius

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Studying the way venom molecules from diverse fishes inflict pain might help researchers understand how nerve cells sense pain and lead to novel ways to dull the sensation.
Studying the way venom molecules from diverse fishes inflict pain might help

Venomous fish have evolved many ways to inflict pain

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For one thing, we learned that Thomas Jefferson was a real stickler about typos in scientific texts.
For one thing we learned that Thomas Jefferson was a real stickler

We went to the March for Science in D.C. Here's what happened

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The solar system doesn’t have a long, twisted tail after all.
The solar system doesn’t have a long twisted tail after all

No long, twisted tail trails the solar system

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A potential sign of dark matter is looking less convincing in the wake of a new analysis.
A potential sign of dark matter is looking less convincing in the wake of a new analysis

Gamma-ray evidence for dark matter weakens

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04/24/2017 at 13:10. Facebook
Ötzi the Tyrolean Iceman died of exposure to cold temperatures in the Italian Alps, a new study concludes.
Ötzi the Tyrolean Iceman died of exposure to cold temperatures in the

Ötzi the Iceman froze to death

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Immune system cells in your heart may keep you stayin’ alive, stayin’ alive...
Immune system cells in your heart may keep you stayin’ alive stayin’ alive

Immune cells play surprising role in steady heartbeat

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Some babies who go on to receive autism diagnoses may have more cerebrospinal fluid on part of their brain that babies who do not get diagnosed with autism.
Some babies who go on to receive autism diagnoses may have more

Scientists seek early signs of autism

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04/23/2017 at 22:00. Facebook
A 2013 circumpolar expedition discovered hundreds of tons of plastic debris, from fishing lines to plastic films, in the Arctic Ocean.
A 2013 circumpolar expedition discovered hundreds of tons of plastic debris from

The Arctic is a final garbage dump for ocean plastic

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Plasma from human umbilical cord blood refreshes aspects of learning and memory in mice.
Plasma from human umbilical cord blood refreshes aspects of learning and memory in mice

Brain gains seen in elderly mice injected with human umbilical cord plasma

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Identifying the cause of the hydroxyl changes could help climate scientists better predict how methane levels will behave in the future.
Identifying the cause of the hydroxyl changes could help climate scientists better

Plot twist in methane mystery blames chemistry, not emissions, for recent rise

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04/23/2017 at 12:00. Facebook
Some mildly unexpected particle physics measurements are starting to look like an exciting trend.
Some mildly unexpected particle physics measurements are starting to look like an

Collider data hint at unexpected new subatomic particles

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Cassini is boldly going where no spacecraft has gone before — between Saturn and its rings.
Cassini is boldly going where no spacecraft has gone before between Saturn

In ‘grand finale,’ Cassini spacecraft sets off on collision course with Saturn

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Two complementary effects tag team to untie a runner’s shoelace in this video: impact and inertia. Read more: [ Ow.ly Link ]
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Here's what happened at the first-ever March for Science.
Here's what happened at the firstever March for Science

We went to the March for Science in D.C.

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04/22/2017 at 22:00. Facebook
Lizards may not be as good with numbers as some of their vertebrate relatives.
Lizards may not be as good with numbers as some of their vertebrate relatives

Size matters to lizards, but numbers may not

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