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By Daniel Dunaief Christopher Gobler searches the waters around Long Island for signs of trouble, which can appear starting in April. This year, he...

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By Daniel Dunaief In a region known for the study of fossils left behind millions of years ago, a team of students from Stony...

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By Daniel Dunaief Determined to share success stories instead of doom and gloom, Nancy Knowlton, the Sant Chair of Marine Science at the Smithsonian Institution’s...

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By Daniel Dunaief The past can come back to haunt us, even in the world of genetics. Over the course of millions of years,...

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By Daniel Dunaief When he was in high school in Negenborn, Germany, Percy Zahl built his own computer, with some help from one of...

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By Daniel Dunaief Instead of lamenting the shortcomings of a system they felt didn’t work as well as it should, Roman Kotov and a...

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By Daniel Dunaief The first time is most definitely not the charm. That’s what Jun Wang and her colleagues at Brookhaven National Laboratory discovered...

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While surrounded by salt water, Long Island is in the midst of a drought that is heading into its third year. Amid a trend...

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Researchers often desire more data to help make the distinction between correlation — it rained the last three Tuesdays — and causation — dumping...

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By Daniel Dunaief Many ways to kill cancer involve tapping into a cell’s own termination system. With several cancers, however, the treatment only works...

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