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How to think your way through Google’s insane, open-ended interview questions.
Social weavers are birds that build nests big enough to bring down a tree.
Why volcanic ash is terrible for airplanes.
Both American Ebola patients have been released from the hospital.
Science graphic of the week: Inside a lizard’s regenerating tail
City life is making some spiders grow bigger and have more babies.
RT @scifri: What's the secret to creating the perfect sauce?
People were seriously terrified of nighttime air until the 20th century.
How does the weather forecaster know what it “feels like” in your city?
Scientists used to use this crazy blowpipe apparatus to analyze the metal content of ore.
Help UMASS scientists identify kelp from outer space!
Absurd creature of the week: Velvet Worm SLIME ATTACK!
How microscopic ocean life might be key to seeding clouds and bringing rain.
Map shows western US may have huge reductions in snow in the coming decades.
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Scientists program the largest swarm of robots ever.
A sponge-like polymer that could someday help people with bone deformations.
What does it take to win the top prize in computer science?
Why do dogs sniff each others’ butts? That’s right, it’s chemistry.… via @AmerChemSociety
Computers are learning about the smell of money.
Here’s the cocktail of chemicals inside scar-removing gels.
Inside “the Slammer”, the US Army’s infectious disease containment unit. by @cristcarolyn
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