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These 1950s experiments showed us the trauma of parent-child separation. Now experts say they're too unethical to repeat—even on monkeys.
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Will Trump’s executive order change things at Mexican border?
Two experts explain what's going on at the border and whether things will be different after President Trump's recent executive order.
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Tiny device forces us to rethink ‘What is a computer’?
The world's smallest computer device is much smaller than a grain of rice, but can you even call it a 'computer'?
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Our love of palm oil is destroying forests. Here's how to use less of it.
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Whirlpools are hot spots for great white sharks
Scientists studying the movement of great white sharks were surprised to learn they prefer warm water eddies to cool ones. Here's why.
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How managers can spark, not squelch, our motivation
Intrinsic motivation has a wide range of benefits for both employees and the organization. Here are 5 ways for managers to foster it.
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Weather got you down? The entire planet of Mars is buried in a dust storm right now.
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These brains cells don’t die, but they do move
Scientists have long thought that an area of the brain disappears during development. Now, a new study asks: what if subplate cells don't vanish at al
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Soft plots
The Chinese-born, Chicago-based artist Yuge Zhou’s series The Humors sets out to explore ‘urban behaviours and relationships, those of people and of t
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Philosophy shrugged: ignoring Ayn Rand won’t make her go away
Philosophers love to hate Ayn Rand. It’s trendy to scoff at any mention of her. One philosopher told me that: ‘No one needs to be exposed to that mons
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Blood test may offer better heart attack prediction
A blood test could predict the risk of heart attack for people with severe coronary artery disease, report researchers.
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How setbacks make us rethink our goals
Working towards a goal like losing weight or saving money? A setback could shift your mindset in ways that don't help.
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Team finds hidden state of matter in superconductive alloy
Here's how researchers switched on a hidden state of matter by modifying quantum interactions down at the atomic and subatomic levels.
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Sodium-based batteries could be great alternative to lithium
When it comes to batteries, lithium is the current king. New research points to other materials that could dethrone it.
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How 1 ‘super tumor suppressor gene’ shields us from cancer
Scientists have known that a gene called p53 prevents cancer for some time. But now they've figured out how.
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Koko, the beloved gorilla who communicated through sign-language, dies at age 46
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This new system could help air taxis and drone deliveries avoid crashing
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Massive atmospheric wave on Venus could explain the planet's weird rotation
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