Scientific American

Scientific American

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We humans take medicine when we're sick. As do our primate cousins. Chimps, for example, snack on a bitter African shrub to combat intestinal...

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Each year doctors diagnose approximately 60,000 Americans with Parkinson’s disease, an incurable neurodegenerative condition for which the number-one risk factor is age. Worldwide an...

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Investigators across five continents reported that they were able to replicate only about 40 percent of the results from 100 previously published studies in...

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Utah’s Bonneville Salt Flats are an iconic setting for car commercials and feature films. Land speed records have been made and broken on its...

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Ten years ago this week Hurricane Katrina drowned New Orleans. The long, high, earthen levees and concrete floodwalls that were meant to protect neighborhoods...

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The physics world is abuzz this week with news that Stephen Hawking has solved the famous black hole information paradox—and that he has even...

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The physics world is abuzz this week with news that Stephen Hawking has solved the famous black hole information paradox—and that he has even...

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The physics world is abuzz this week with news that Stephen Hawking has solved the famous black hole information paradox—and that he has even...

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