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Trilobites: How Fish May See Color in the Deep Ocean’s Darkness

Trilobites: How Fish May See Color in the Deep Ocean’s Darkness

A tube-eye fish. A study found it and other deep sea fishes have genes that may help them see many more blues and greens.
A Rare Genetic Mutation Leads to Cancer. The Fix May Already Be in the Drugstore.

A Rare Genetic Mutation Leads to Cancer. The Fix May Already Be in the Drugstore.

Kelley Oliver Douglass, left, with her daughter Maryn. Ms. Douglass has a genetic mutation that can cause a range of cancers. A new study suggests that indole-3-carbinol, commonly sold as a
A Rare Genetic Mutation Leads to Cancer. The Fix May Already Be in the Drugstore.

A Rare Genetic Mutation Leads to Cancer. The Fix May Already Be in the Drugstore.

Kelley Oliver Douglass, left, with her daughter Maryn. Ms. Douglass has a genetic mutation that can cause a range of cancers. A new study suggests that indole-3-carbinol, commonly sold as a
These Mole Rats Felt No Pain, Even From Wasabi’s Burn

These Mole Rats Felt No Pain, Even From Wasabi’s Burn

Discovering the rodent’s imperviousness to a stinging chemical compound may lead to advancements in pain treatment for people.
These Mole Rats Felt No Pain, Even From Wasabi’s Burn

These Mole Rats Felt No Pain, Even From Wasabi’s Burn

Discovering the rodent’s imperviousness to a stinging chemical compound may lead to advancements in pain treatment for people.
Fighting the Gender Stereotypes That Warp Biomedical Research

Fighting the Gender Stereotypes That Warp Biomedical Research

Female animals were once deemed too hormonal and messy for science. Some scientists warn it’s not enough to just use more female lab rats.
Fighting the Gender Stereotypes That Warp Biomedical Research

Fighting the Gender Stereotypes That Warp Biomedical Research

Female animals were once deemed too hormonal and messy for science. Some scientists warn it’s not enough to just use more female lab rats.
Fighting the Gender Stereotypes That Warp Biomedical Research

Fighting the Gender Stereotypes That Warp Biomedical Research

Female animals were once deemed too hormonal and messy for science. Some scientists warn it’s not enough to just use more female lab rats.
These Mole Rats Felt No Pain, Even From Wasabi’s Burn

These Mole Rats Felt No Pain, Even From Wasabi’s Burn

Discovering the rodent’s imperviousness to a stinging chemical compound may lead to advancements in pain treatment for people.
Can the Paris Climate Goals Save Lives? Yes, a Lot of Them, Researchers Say

Can the Paris Climate Goals Save Lives? Yes, a Lot of Them, Researchers Say

A new study projects how many additional deaths could occur in 15 American cities if the world misses its targets for taming climate change.
Can the Paris Climate Goals Save Lives? Yes, a Lot of Them, Researchers Say

Can the Paris Climate Goals Save Lives? Yes, a Lot of Them, Researchers Say

A new study projects how many additional deaths could occur in 15 American cities if the world misses its targets for taming climate change.
Can the Paris Climate Goals Save Lives? Yes, a Lot of Them, Researchers Say

Can the Paris Climate Goals Save Lives? Yes, a Lot of Them, Researchers Say

A new study projects how many additional deaths could occur in 15 American cities if the world misses its targets for taming climate change.
Would You Return This Lost Wallet?

Would You Return This Lost Wallet?

An intriguing new study found that people across the world are more inclined to give back a lost wallet if there is money inside.
Would You Return This Lost Wallet?

Would You Return This Lost Wallet?

An intriguing new study found that people across the world are more inclined to give back a lost wallet if there is money inside.
Would You Return This Lost Wallet?

Would You Return This Lost Wallet?

An intriguing new study found that people across the world are more inclined to give back a lost wallet if there is money inside.
Would You Return This Lost Wallet?

Would You Return This Lost Wallet?

An intriguing new study found that people across the world are more inclined to give back a lost wallet if there is money inside.
Would You Return This Lost Wallet?

Would You Return This Lost Wallet?

An intriguing new study found that people across the world are more inclined to give back a lost wallet if there is money inside.
Would You Return This Lost Wallet?

Would You Return This Lost Wallet?

An intriguing new study found that people across the world are more inclined to give back a lost wallet if there is money inside.
Hold ’Em or Fold ’Em? This A.I. Bluffs With the Best

Hold ’Em or Fold ’Em? This A.I. Bluffs With the Best

Pluribus, a poker-playing algorithm, can beat the world’s top human players, proving that machines, too, can master our mind games.
Hold ’Em or Fold ’Em? This A.I. Bluffs With the Best

Hold ’Em or Fold ’Em? This A.I. Bluffs With the Best

Pluribus, a poker-playing algorithm, can beat the world’s top human players, proving that machines, too, can master our mind games.
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