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Science News

New test for Zika, Haiti outbreak timeline, monkeys can carry Zika, & more in #ZikaWatch:
Lasers unveil secrets and mysteries of Angkor Wat:
Theorists are perplexed by hints of an unexpected new particle:
The meaning of words spark activity all over the cerebral cortex:
Ions, not neurons, are in charge of sleep and wake:
Lizards might snooze like humans do:
Two tiny specks in amber turn out to be new species of ancient beetle: #FossilFriday
Potassium, calcium and magnesium ions control sleep and wake:
Some lizards may sleep in the same way as mammals and birds:
ASTRO-H, Japan’s latest X-ray telescope, is officially dead.
Claude Shannon’s information theory built the foundation for the digital era:
Language isn’t just confined to one region of the brain:
Nightshade plants bleed sugar to call ants for backup:
A flower-related protein passes lab test for recording and propagating shape changes:
Ions may be in charge of when you sleep and wake:
Dragons sleep like mammals and birds:
With their powers combined, TESS and James Webb could identify nearby habitable worlds:
Butchered bear kneecap puts people in Ireland earlier than thought:
The chemical behind popcorn’s aroma gives a bearcat its signature scent:
How peacocks work their twerk:
Dwarf planet Makemake has a teeny moon:
Feathery wings may have carried this beetle out of Russia in the Eocene #fromRussiawithlove
Do prions play a role in plant memory?
There's slim science on temper tantrums:
Poop could be the key to finding long lost echidnas (if they exist):
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