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Animal hybrids may hold clues to Neandertal-human interbreeding
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This article appears in the October 15, 2016, issue of Science News with the headline, “The Hybrid Factor: The physical efffects of interbreeding among animals may offer clues to Neandertals' genetic mark on humans.” Citations. S. Edwards et al

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The bigger your brain, the longer you yawn
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When you let forth a big, embarrassing yawn during a boring lecture or concert, you succumb to a reflex so universal among animals that Charles Darwin mentioned it in his field notes. “Seeing a dog & horse & man yawn, makes me feel how much all animals …

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Smallest. Transistor. Ever. | EurekAlert! Science News
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A research team led by Berkeley Lab material scientists has created a transistor with a working 1-nanometer gate, breaking a size barrier that had been set by …

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Rarest nucleus reluctant to decay
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LONG WAIT Scientists searched for the decay of nature's rarest type of atomic nucleus, tantalum-180m, at the High Activity Disposal Experimental Site, or HADES, laboratory (shown above) located 225 meters underground in Mol, Belgium. Guillaume Lutter.

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Metaphors bias perceptions of scientific discovery
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Whether ideas are “like a light bulb” or come forth as “nurtured seeds,” how we describe discovery shapes people's perceptions of both inventions and inventors. Notably, Kristen Elmore (Bronfenbrenner Center for Translational Research at Cornell

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AIP congratulates its 2016 Science Writing Award winners
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Before freelancing, he wrote for Science News for 21 years. His freelance articles have appeared in Nature, Scientific American, The New York Times, Science, National Geographic, and U.S. News & World Report. He and his family are based in Silver

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Algae forces shellfishing ban in most of Narragansett Bay
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What if She Loses? A Job for Everyone · News · Science News · Science News. Algae forces shellfishing ban in most of Narragansett Bay. An algae bloom is forcing the closure of most of Narragansett Bay to shellfishing. Oct. 7, 2016, at 10:21 a.m.. MORE.

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