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French scientists focus on the big political picture
Researchers in France overwhelmingly oppose the far right and can stamp out its rise by turning out to register their disapproval.
US foreign aid saves money as well as lives
Cutting the budget for applied research in foreign aid would make the United States less competitive.
Social networks push runners to run further and faster than their friends
Online data sharing through wearable devices motivates people to do more exercise.
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Why Earth Optimism?
News at a glance
In familiar decays, a whiff of new physics
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Basics: As Rains Ease in the West, Cactuses Shine Brighter Than Ever
Never has there been a better time to appreciate the gritty, bizarre charm of these prickly natives.
Video Games Help Model Brain’s Neurons
A video game is being used to help understand the structure of neurons, which could aid in treatment of diseases like Alzheimer’s or Parkins ...
Trilobites: Some Surprising Dog Breeds Have Ancient American Heritage
A new study of 161 breeds traces some ancestry back to the Americas of 10,000 years ago.