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Termite Terminator

A new technology concept could provide companies with a more effective way to control termites.

Fauxnado

The first numerical radar simulator to study the scattering of debris particles in tornadoes.

Plantimal

Deprived of oxygen, naked mole rats can survive by metabolizing fructose just as plants do.

Heart Warming

A groundbreaking process to successfully rewarm large-scale animal heart valves discovered.

New Spin

Researchers turn to the vascular system of plants to solve a major bioengineering problem.

Venomenal

Researchers have developed a way to neutralize deadly snake venom more cheaply and effectively.

Buzz Off!

Invasive species are known to threaten biodiversity by bringing in new diseases.

Brain Expectations

Cognitive psychologists are the first to link human's long-term visual memory with how things move.

Short Waves

A new study reveals new information on how the human brain stores and maintains short-term memories.

Gut Reaction

Physics equations developed to precisely describe the interactions of atoms and molecules.

Reflexion

When a student in a study watched a video of someone else's hand being touched, she felt the touch.

Medchanical

A team of researchers has developed a way to manufacture microscale machines from biomaterials.

Soyjacked

Scientists have found clues to how they use small chains of amino acids to feed on soybean roots.

Tracker Tracks

Linking anonymous web browsing histories with social media profiles for a person's online behavior.

Beat Generation

A process using human stem cells can generate the cells that cover the external surface of a heart.

De-Buckle

Orange puffball sea sponges might seem unlikely paragons of structural strength.

Flea Circuits

The next time you place your coffee order, imagine slapping onto your to-go cup a sticker.

Deep Thoughts

Neuroscience experts have taken inspiration from the human brain in creating a new learning method

Evolver

Atlantic killifish living in four polluted East Coast estuaries turn out to be remarkably resilient.

Math Path

A new study aimed to determine whether children's math skills at ages four and five could predict th

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