Scientific American

Scientific American

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Ever try to work in a coffee shop, but your concentration gets derailed by all the talking, not to mention the steaming and the...

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Astronauts—not cinematographers—captured the stunning visuals in the new IMAX movie, A Beautiful Planet: gorgeous views of Earth shot from the International Space Station (ISS),...

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Primatologist Frans de Waal discusses his latest book, Are We Smart Enough to Know How Smart Animals Are? (Norton, 2016) Also see The Science Is...

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People who like milk chocolate have slightly different microbes in their intestines than those who prefer their chocolate dark, although researchers do not know...

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Lee Kantar lost two moose calves this past weekend. They are just a few among many calves that did not survive their first year...

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In what may be hailed as one of the most significant scientific advances of all time, researchers have discovered a use for Adam Sandler...

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Pain is an unpleasant but necessary sensation. The few people born without the ability to feel it must approach day-to-day tasks with extra caution....

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Here's a way to fight the ongoing drought in California: use more wastewater for irrigation. The state's water board suggested that strategy a few...

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In the world of science, Richard Leakey is as close to royalty by birth as one gets. The son of Louis and Mary Leakey,...