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The stories of supernova 1987A, as told by Science News
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But Science News has been telling the story of SN 1987A for years. In fact, we began telling its story just days after the discovery. News of the explosion reached the International Astronomical Union on a Tuesday; on Wednesday, the day we went to
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Kids who speak Mandarin, the primary language in China, may outperform kids who speak English in at least one aspect of musical ability — perceiving pitch.

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LOST LAND New Zealand rises from the center of a largely submerged continent called Zealandia, scientists propose. Stuart Rankin/Flickr (CC BY-NC 2.0), NASA. EMail. EMail logo EMail. Print. Print logo Print. Twitter. Twitter logo Twitter. Facebook.

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PLAY BALL A buff-tailed bumblebee rolls a yellow ball toward a goal as researchers explore just how odd a task bees can learn and how much observing others helps them succeed. Iida Loukola/QMUL. EMail. EMail logo EMail. Print. Print logo Print. Twitter.
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This is no ordinary rose. It is a cyborg! Tiny wires run through its stem, carrying electricity from one metal pin to the other. Eliot Gomez / Liu. Eleni Stavrinidou wasn't sure what she'd see when she looked through her microscope at a slice of rose

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Bacteria's amyloids display surprising structure
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PROTEIN POWER Proteins from Staphylococcus aureus bacteria make amyloid-like clumps (the streamerlike structures in this illustration) that are toxic to human cells. Dima Abelski/Dimedia. EMail. EMail. EMail logo EMail. Print. Print. Print logo Print

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