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Young penguins follow false food cues
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PENGUIN PERIL Juvenile African penguins (shown) forage for their own food when they leave the nest. Some from the Western Cape of South Africa become trapped in areas without any fish, a new study finds. SANCCOB. EMail. EMail. EMail logo EMail.
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Dual magma plumes fueled volcanic eruptions during final days of dinosaurs
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Dual magma plumes contributed to mega-sized volcanism around the time of the dinosaur die-off 66 million years ago, a new study suggests. The remnants of this volcanic activity, known as the Deccan Traps, are in what is now India. Nicholas/Wikimedia …
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How hydras know where to regrow their heads
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A new study suggests that stretchy skeletal structures play a crucial role in helping hydras (Hydra vulgaris shown) regrow their heads in the right place. Proyecto Agua/Flickr (CC BY-NC-SA 2.0). EMail. EMail. EMail logo EMail. Print. Print. Print logo

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Germanium computer chips gain ground on silicon — again
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… as the smallest silicon circuits, they reportedly offer faster overall switching speed. Germanium … has inherently greater mobility than silicon, which means that electrons move through it faster when a current is applied. — Science News

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Middling black hole may be hiding in star cluster | Science News
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HIDDEN FIGURE An intermediate-mass black hole about 2,200 times as heavy as the sun may lurk at the center of this dense ball of stars, a globular cluster …

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Heartbeat can affect racial perception of threat
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Unarmed blacks in the United States are more likely to be shot by police than unarmed whites. A new study finds that heartbeats can affect how threatening they perceive someone of another race to be. innovatedcaptures / iStockphoto. “There's a guy in

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Malaria molecule makes blood extra-alluring to mosquitoes
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BLOODTHIRST The Plasmodium falciparum malaria parasite (right) produces a molecule that makes infected blood more attractive to Anopheles gambiae mosquitoes (left). From left: James Gathany/CDC; Steven Glenn/Laboratory & Consultation Division/ …

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Heart risks seen in regular vapers
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Electronic cigarettes may increase two separate risk factors for heart disease, a new study finds. The study was small. It looked at just 16 vapers and 18 people who neither smoked nor vaped. Still, the symptoms uncovered were “spot-on” for what has

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