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Robo-fingers could help humans get a grip. Robot tonglike digits provide dexterity of a seven-fingered hand: ow.ly/zG9GH
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Hepatitis E may be widespread in England because of a trend toward undercooking pork: ow.ly/zFGtp
Pinch parchment worms in the dark, and you'll see their mysterious glowing mucus: ow.ly/zEHhM pic.twitter.com/uCJ2CVytH9
Oddly beautiful, tube-dwelling parchment worms make a mysterious glowing mucus sciencenews.org/article/parchm…
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Dust from the Sahara may have fed the Bahamas’ growth ow.ly/zF3iX pic.twitter.com/ftkI96G4Dl
Laser pointers are for more than cats, you can use them to measure the width of a single hair! student.societyforscience.org/blog/eureka-la…
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Pinch a parchment worm, and you'll get blue mucus that glows. The glow lasts for minutes. How it's made is unclear: ow.ly/zEH0m
A new study in runners shows rivalry is linked with a performance boost ow.ly/zvps6
Babies’ brains practice words long before they can speak: ow.ly/zv1gs pic.twitter.com/sagSe5NwiR
NASA explores the science of the northern lights. A photographer captures their beauty: ow.ly/zzVFA pic.twitter.com/zhXN0fHijZ
Dinosaurs may have all bundled up in flashy feather coats, new fossils suggest: ow.ly/zxTGf pic.twitter.com/suMffqVNZ4
Modern science was built by more than just the giants, 'Voyaging in Strange Seas' shows. Review by @tom_siegfried: ow.ly/zCg3D
What are fast radio bursts from space? Where do they come from? @CosmicThespian gives us some clues: ow.ly/zCgpz #longreads
Westerners’ carb-rich diets have long been linked to high levels of cancer, and scientists have begun to work out why ow.ly/zuNPs
The U.S. military battles adenoviruses and, with vaccinations, is starting to win: ow.ly/zCfGG pic.twitter.com/WWieQGUsQT
Even toddlers take joy in the misfortune of others: ow.ly/zvuAm pic.twitter.com/pubCIUng02
Packrats can repeatedly eat poison if they have the right gut microbes: ow.ly/zrFGs
Mouse sperm shoot along straighter paths by ganging up ow.ly/zsUZd pic.twitter.com/k3fk2CqPoJ
Spectacular sandstone structures form without cement: ow.ly/zpnHB pic.twitter.com/vIOO8iMfhg
Chocolate comes from rotting cocoa beans, and other weird materials science facts in 'Stuff Matters'. Our review: ow.ly/zC4hE
Just when you thought quantum physics couldn’t get any weirder, it violates the pigeonhole principle: ow.ly/zrXRL
Bacteria's bodies were thought to be deadweight in the water. Not so, a new study says: ow.ly/zsRU2 pic.twitter.com/KkfohwecFu
Want to do more than watch fireflies? Firefly Counter lets you enjoy the light shows and contribute to science: ow.ly/zBRwb