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Bulbous vocal sacs of male túngara frogs attract females but also trip sonar of hungry bats: ow.ly/AZDpj pic.twitter.com/K35yFnzjLk
Ducks may like water, but they don’t use it to navigate. New post by @SarahZielinski: ow.ly/AYY8k
The rabies virus may take the express train to the brain by hijacking a transporter protein and hitting the gas: ow.ly/AYQKT
Subatomic visitors provide peek at sun’s main source of energy: ow.ly/AWdSA
Bat echolocation tracks billowing vocal sacs of male tungara frogs (w/video): ow.ly/AWeu2
Ebola genome clarifies origins of West African outbreak: ow.ly/AT8vo pic.twitter.com/mtnihKR9Ez
Robots that hunt down and exterminate jellyfish: Good or bad idea? ow.ly/ASm7K #longreads pic.twitter.com/KB2348qCla
To have a sound mind, a brain needs a body, whether it's human or robotic: ow.ly/AM1IK
Blind quantum camera snaps photos of Schrödinger’s cat: ow.ly/ASlWy pic.twitter.com/asyterZbjU
PMS prompts women to leave infertile partnerships, scientist says. Others question the hypothesis: ow.ly/AT7Vc
Siberians came to North American Arctic in two waves. DNA recasts mystery of how one culture replaced the other: ow.ly/AT8p0
Silkworms spin spider-strong threads. New fibers durable enough to be woven and sewn into scarf, vest: pic.twitter.com/k8RY8Dgy6g
Experimental ZMapp drug fully protects monkeys against Ebola virus: ow.ly/AT8i3
Carbon capture and storage offers a way to rein in global carbon emissions but still comes with doubts: ow.ly/ASnl6 #longreads
Zaps to the head appear to improve memory: ow.ly/ASlHI pic.twitter.com/rSohzy3Sux
Ebola genome clarifies origins of West African outbreak: ow.ly/AQ3OH pic.twitter.com/fwAnnnVAvD
Tiny mites are probably crawling all over your face: ow.ly/ASlNp pic.twitter.com/AT8BShDsq9
RT @lssciencenews: Tiny babies may be good at remembering. And forgetting. My latest @ScienceNews blog: ow.ly/AQcJA
Richard III ate like a king before biting the dust: ow.ly/ASxyn pic.twitter.com/1LrFAbNNkd
A thousand little Kilobots follow simple rules to take the shape of a wrench and more: ow.ly/ASxrm
Japanese silkworms engineered to make a spider silk protein produce silk strong enough to weave into fabrics: ow.ly/ASCw3
Tiny mites are probably crawling all over your face: ow.ly/ASloo pic.twitter.com/AT8BShDsq9
ZMapp drug fully protects monkeys against Ebola virus: ow.ly/AScXA
Zaps to the head appear to improve memory: ow.ly/ARZpp pic.twitter.com/rSohzy3Sux
Ending the outbreak in West Africa might depend on treatments still being tested: ow.ly/ARSwW
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Bad news for city-dwelling arachnophobes: Some spiders may be bigger in your neck of the woods ow.ly/ARRJY pic.twitter.com/vnB7Tq1f8E
Foods like potatoes may reduce risk of cancer caused by eating red meat: ow.ly/ARpBc pic.twitter.com/SIENishvFf
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Wake of nearby supernova hints at explosion's origins: ow.ly/AQ46z pic.twitter.com/56YpfIlZF6
First of several planned human tests of experimental vaccines against the Ebola virus will begin in September: ow.ly/AQ3YS
Ebola genome clarifies origins of West African outbreak: ow.ly/AQ3OH pic.twitter.com/fwAnnnVAvD
To grow new knee cartilage, look to the nose. Patches of cartilage grown from nasal tissue hold up in tests in goats: ow.ly/AQ3rJ
Babies may be good at remembering, but they're also good at forgetting. New Growth Curve post from @lssciencenews: ow.ly/AQcJA
Siberian ancestors of the Inuit replaced a 4,000-year-old North American Arctic culture, DNA study reveals: ow.ly/APCov
Gut bacteria may prevent food allergies: ow.ly/AQ3HZ
Updated distance to Pleiades star cluster may impact Gaia’s mission to map the galaxy: ow.ly/APRUh pic.twitter.com/GzGIL5KWCb
Ebola genomes confirm people, not animals, are spreading the disease in West Africa: ow.ly/APOEE pic.twitter.com/B5pzhDACOb
Siberians came to North American Arctic in two waves: ow.ly/APA5k pic.twitter.com/UfAGRjJlX9
Human tests of experimental Ebola vaccine set to start in September: ow.ly/APpiG
Laser light rewrites memories in mice: ow.ly/APcjj
Scientists race against time to fight diseases threatening the survival of the banana ow.ly/AODuN ow.ly/i/6HlWx
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To grow new knee cartilage, look to the nose. Patches of cartilage grown from nasal tissue test well in goats: ow.ly/AOC6Y
Laser experiment takes photographs without detecting light from feline subject: ow.ly/AOyF8 pic.twitter.com/rM8DWjlWTi
Magnetic levitation shows promise for manufacturing: ow.ly/ANieT
One Kilobot is not very smart. But 1,000 can cooperate to take the shape of a wrench and more: ow.ly/ANirc pic.twitter.com/sfdzYIyxjZ
Walking in sync makes enemies seem less scary: ow.ly/ANyim
Wake of nearby supernova hints at explosion's origins: ow.ly/ANyoT pic.twitter.com/3JoyMH9igG