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Want to see evidence of other universes? Just look up.
Turning bacteria against each other can help fight antibiotic resistance.
Machine learning is teaching us the secret to teaching.
Critical reading gets even better when you use your computer.
A leet hacker recounts an epic pwning.
How identical twins Mike and Bob Bryan serve science.
Opening locked minds with music.
Composer Edward Elgar still has cryptographers playing his tune.
A family therapist uncovers the cost of keeping silent.
How the science of sound explained an ancient Peruvian oracle.
If your daughter was a prisoner of a repressive regime, how far would you go to save her?
What neuroscience is learning from code-breakers and thieves.
How DNA puts a face on the missing.
She had to possess the secret code.
New approaches are helping autistic people understand “neurotypicals”—and vice versa.
We learn as kids that knowledge is power—secret knowledge even more so.
DNA barcodes could keep restaurants honest.
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