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Serious scientists ask serious questions, like "what happens when you tickle a rat?"
Most moss species get their water from their roots, but desert moss defies stereotypes.
Drawing conclusions about how humans think and behave is tricky when experiments are hard to replicate.
RT @Bruce_Bower: My take on science's replication woes. Charlie Chaplin chimes in, too:
.@susanmilius is a great source of mosquito trivia. For example, did you know there are 3500 species of mosquito?…
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What's ahead for psychology in 2017?
What new feats will CRISPR achieve in 2017?
What is quantum entanglement?
In 2017, Cassini will meet its end by cannon-balling into Saturn. #gobigorgohome
2017 could see the first release of genetically modified mosquitoes in U.S. air.
What's ahead for mosquito biology in 2017?
Our first issue of 2017 is now online!
How far does a sneeze travel? @scicurious explains in this @SNStudents Eureka! Lab video. Check it out!…
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Our friends at @SNStudents are asking serious questions about snot. #DIYScience
There's a lot to look forward to in space in 2017.
Cassini will go out with a bang in 2017.
What would a real extraterrestrial look like?
CRISPR is a hot new molecular biology tool. Perhaps you've heard of it?
Robots are taking a cue from Olivia Newton John and getting physical.
Heading into 2017, particle physics is in a weird state.
What science stories are you looking forward to in 2017?
It's always a good year to be covering space, and 2017 will be no different.
What's ahead for astronomy in 2017?
These are just some of the science stories our writers will be tracking in 2017.
CRISPR is poised to shift from a research tool to a tool for helping people in 2017.
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