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Studies that hurt my brain

March 6, 2009
I love science and I read about new discoveries every day. I love deep and profound studies such as, for example, those that proves that light is lighter than dark.

You're fat? Eat more!

February 27, 2009
The headline seems crazy, and it is, indeed, but that\'s how our brain deciphers words \'Join a gym\'.

Hard to read, hard to do

February 20, 2009
Marketers and designers would do well to choose easy-to-read fonts.

Tracking ancient hominids

February 13, 2009
Dazzling new scientific techniques are allowing anthropologists to track the movements and menus of extinct hominids.

Earliest Evidence for Animal Life

February 6, 2009
Discovered fossil animal steroids date back to more than 635 million years ago, says UC Riverside’s Gordon Love.

Weather report from another planet

January 30, 2009
Astronomers have observed the intense heating of a distant planet, providing important clues to the atmospheric properties of the planet.

The secret of Stradivarius

January 23, 2009
For centuries, violin makers have tried and failed to reproduce the pristine sound of Stradivarius and Guarneri violins, but now the mystery has been solved.

The Red Planet is not a Dead Planet

January 16, 2009
Mars today is a world of cold and lonely deserts, but there is evidence of a warmer and wetter past.

Darwin's dilemma is no more

January 9, 2009
A solution to the puzzle which has come to be known as Darwin's Dilemma has been uncovered by scientists at the University of Oxford.

Bye, bye 2008

December 31, 2008
That's the way we've been told, to cheer the new and forget the old!

How to help nature this holiday season

December 26, 2008
The scientists from Penn State's Office of Sustainability offers suggestions for saving energy this holiday season.

We need three laws of robotics

December 19, 2008
Robotics expert Professor Noel Sharkey, of the University of Sheffield, has called for international guidelines to be set for the safe application of robots before it is too late.
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