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woman looking out of the window The profound power of loneliness
Released February 3, 2016
illustration of the bird known as Genyornis newton Ancient extinction of giant Australian bird points to humans
Released January 29, 2016
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image of an orchestra Researchers uncover 'predictive neuron orchestra' behind looking and reaching movements
Released January 12, 2016
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a little girl reading a book Is your toddler ready for reading lessons?
Released January 6, 2016
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Elizabeth Levy Paluck Students with influence over peers reduce school bullying by 30 percent
Released January 4, 2016
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man operating a drone 3 miles high: Using drones to study high-altitude glaciers
Released December 15, 2015
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person with EEG cap looking at art At the intersection of neuroscience and art
Released November 17, 2015
information sharing network Information is contagious among social connections
Released November 16, 2015
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researcher setting a rat trap Where do rats move in after disasters? This team finds out
Released November 5, 2015
ruins showing structures at Ceren archeological site Buried in ash, ancient Salvadoran village shows images of daily life
Released November 3, 2015
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structures at Ceren archeological site CU-Boulder study: Ancient Salvadoran village buried by ash freezes daily life in time
Released November 3, 2015
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a dead beetle is visible next to the charred bark Fire severity in southwestern Colorado unaffected by spruce beetle outbreak
Released October 29, 2015
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new genus and species, Pliobates cataloniae A new primate species at the root of the tree of extant hominoids
Released October 29, 2015
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person sitting next to a lake formed in a flooded sinkhole Ancient fossils show effect of humans on Caribbean wildlife
Released October 20, 2015
moon pyramid view from Sun pyramid at Teotithuacan Rise and fall of agrarian states influenced by climate volatility
Released October 15, 2015
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Mota cave dig site From a very old skeleton, new insights on ancient migrations
Released October 8, 2015
Visualization of the routing paths of the Internet NSF awards $74.5 million to support interdisciplinary cybersecurity research
Released October 7, 2015
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burnt trees in a forest Future wildfires may burn large parts of landscapes
Released October 6, 2015
a modern view of the vertical occipital fascicle IU scientist and collaborators chart a lost highway in the brain
Released September 14, 2015
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Gtwo men talking Video: A new perspective on police interrogations
Released September 3, 2015
connection strength between nodes in the brain Penn and German researchers help identify neural basis of multitasking
Released September 1, 2015
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Three women next to houses damaged by storm Documenting the invisible damage of Katrina
Released August 28, 2015
girl looking up trying to make a decision Character traits outweigh material benefits in assessing value others bring us
Released August 3, 2015
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man looking at EEG data on the screen What happens when 'Aha!' strikes
Released August 3, 2015
Robin Dodsworth and people at a market As a Southern community changes, an accent fades
Released July 27, 2015
an indigenous Xavante midwife American History 201
Released July 21, 2015
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Child looking outside the window from a high floor No fear of falling
Released July 9, 2015
A neuron is turned on by light Capitol Hill briefing on mysteries of the brain: Frontiers in neuroscience
Released July 6, 2015
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Old World monkey skull Old World monkey had tiny, complex brain
Released July 3, 2015
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Brown Swiss cattle in a silvo-pasture Food for thought: use more forages in livestock farming
Released June 29, 2015
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