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Scientists ask volunteers to share their ticks.
Turning cancer cells into cancer-fighting machines.
Whales used the Mediterranean as breeding grounds during ancient Roman times.
Researchers discover that cockatoos use sticks and seed pods to drum out rhythms on tree limbs.
Miniature transmitters help scientists track a blood-sucking pest.
Spiders sail through the air on electrical currents.
Chemists design a mobile, affordable nerve gas detector out of Lego bricks.
Orangutans may be more resilient to human disturbance than once thought.
What happened to ancient American dogs, and where did they come from in the first place?
Electricity may charge up our moral character.
An oral pesticide could turn the tables on biting insects.
Could microorganisms be the key to producing more sustainable protein for the growing human population?
When it comes to lifespan, do humans have a fixed finish line?
A town square offers a trove of archaeological discoveries.
Synthetic skin can restore a richer sense of touch to prosthetic limb users.
How giant anteaters get enough food into their tiny mouths to survive.
How a small songbird’s cultural traditions persist for more than a thousand years.
Can tweets reveal how thoughts and moods shift throughout the day?
The enormous sea that once covered North America formed more recently than was thought.
Research into the brain's compass may help diagnose and treat Alzheimer's disease.
Pigmented cells shade blood producing cells from sun damage in the kidneys of fish.
Flowers produce invisible smell patterns on their surfaces to lure bees in.
Many mammals avoid humans by seeking the cover of night.
Engineers harvest freshwater from power plants.