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Fighting Tyrannosaurs and Natural History, from 1915 - Scientific American

Fighting Tyrannosaurs and Natural History, from 1915 - Scientific American

Have Pain? Are You Crazy? Rare Diseases Pt. 2 | Molecules to Medicine, Scientific American Blog Network

Is there any evidence that microwaving food alters its composition or has any detrimental effects on humans or animals?

Sixteen-year-old Elif Bilgin spent two years developing a bioplastic from banana peels. She hopes the non-decaying plastic will help replace the need for petroleum-based plastic and combat pollution. Bilgin won the Scientific American Science in Action competition and is a finalist in the Google Science Fair.

Sixteen-Year-Old Student Turns Banana Peels Into Bioplastic

Sixteen-year-old Elif Bilgin spent two years developing a bioplastic from banana peels. She hopes the non-decaying plastic will help replace the need for.

Why There Will Never Be Another Einstein - Cross-Check - Scientific American Blog Network

The Reading Brain in the Digital Age: The Science of Paper versus Screens - Scientific American

Genetics vs. Epigenetics [Illustration by AXS Biomedical Animation Studio, for "Hidden Switches in the Mind," by Eric Nestler, Scientific American, December 2011]

A nice visual: Genetics vs. Epigenetics [Illustration by AXS Biomedical Animation Studio, for "Hidden Switches in the Mind," by Eric Nestler, Scientific American, December

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