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HIGH HOPES Cannabis plants such as this one yield marijuana and other substances that deserve expanded study for possible medical benefits, a large …
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FIRE FIGHTER To stop battery fires in their tracks, researchers formed tiny fibers containing flame retardant, shown above in an image taken by a scanning …

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Though complex, new peanut allergy guidelines are based on science
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New guidelines state that foods containing peanuts are OK to introduce to babies as young as 4 to 6 months old — with certain caveats. Morrison1977/iStockphoto. EMail. EMail. EMail logo EMail. Print. Print. Print logo Print. Twitter. Twitter. Twitter

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How mice use their brain to hunt
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MASTER HUNTER Nerve cells in a mouse's amygdala send messages that help the rodent chase and kill prey such as crickets, a new study shows. Barry Green/John B. Pierce Laboratory. EMail. EMail. EMail logo EMail. Print. Print. Print logo Print. Twitter.
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WOVEN TOGETHER A new molecular knot (representation shown) is the most complex one ever described. It forms a triple braid, with iron ions (silvery-blue) …

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The moon is still old | Science News
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New analysis of moon rocks points to our satellite forming about 4.51 billion years ago, roughly 60 million years after the start of the solar system.
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Ancient marine invertebrates called hyoliths may be more closely related to modern horseshoe worms than mollusks, a fossil analysis finds.

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A new design system helps users build their own customized flying machines
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This closeup of the bunnycopter shows its rotors, at different heights. A new computer program from MIT makes it possible to design and “test” such a drone before building it. Jason Dorfman, MIT CSAIL. Drones zoom around almost everywhere these days.

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