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The more harmful the the jellyfish, the longer and more plentiful its stingers:
A new fossil dolphin provides clues to the evolution of Amazonian river dolphins:
After 18 years at Science News, @nathanseppa turns off his office lights for the last time. Happy retirement, Nathan!
A recent study found deadly germs on a subway — except they weren’t really there: #oops
Why service with a smile policies should be banned:
Ancient pottery maps route to South Pacific:
#YoureNotHelping gene activity responses stimulate evolutionary change:
Congrats all! RT @Society4Science: We're thrilled to announce the 2015 #brcmMASTERS finalists!
How did Maggie Wilson die and who killed her?
Microbes make the meal, new diet book proposes:
A new microscopy technique gives a better look at how the cell’s internal scaffolding evolves:
Nearby quasar may be home to dynamic duo:
More painful jellyfish species have longer stingers and more of them, a new study finds:
A fossil dolphin from Panama provides clues to the evolution of river dolphins:
10 years on, what will #Katrina'a legacy be?
Frances Glessner Lee’s quirky, low-tech dioramas still influence modern forensic science:
What's in a name? The history of #Denali, via @USGS: (pic by @tom_siegfried)
Nanogenerators harvest body’s energy to power devices:
Light encircling a black hole may hold clues to what it swallowed:
Murderous magma convicted in Earth's largest mass extinction event:
Some jellyfish sting deeper than others:
Do criminals leave odorous clues at the scene of their crime?
Twin black holes could provide insight into galaxy formation:
Our guts and their hormones are firmly entwined with our feelings of reward and motivation:

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