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By Daniel Dunaief Just as humans have competing impulses — should we eat or exercise, should we wait outside in the rain to meet a...

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By Daniel Dunaief Plants have to solve challenges in their environment – without a brain or the kind of mobility mammals rely on to survive...

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By Daniel Dunaief About 5 percent of people who suffer from Alzheimer’s disease have a genetic mutation that likely contributed to a condition that causes...

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By Daniel Dunaief When people buy a bag of potato chips, they often find that half of the bag is filled with air. The same...

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By Daniel Dunaief This article is part two in a two-part series. Local medical and research institutions are aware of the challenges women face in science...

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By Daniel Dunaief This article is part one in a two-part series. Women have made great strides in science, but they haven’t yet found equal opportunity...

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By Daniel Dunaief It’s one thing to make a commitment to a good idea; it’s another to follow through. Ellen Pikitch, endowed professor of ocean...

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By Daniel Dunaief It’s a big leap from an encouraging start to a human, especially when it comes to deadly diseases like amyotrophic lateral sclerosis,...

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By Daniel Dunaief Over the course of decades, aging skin tends to wrinkle, revealing laugh or frown lines built up through a lifetime of laughter,...

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By Daniel Dunaief It’s not exactly a symphony, with varying sounds, tones, cadences and resonances all working together to take the listener on an auditory...