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Best known for his quarks, the preeminent theoretical physicist was also a complexity pioneer
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More than half of the fish flesh that predators in coral reefs eat comes from tiny, hard-to-spot species.
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A new study advances one strategy in the quest to solve the notoriously difficult problem, which is still stumping researchers after 160 years.
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A large study of U.S. bilingual children didn’t turn up obvious benefits in abilities to ignore distractions or switch quickly between tasks.
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Astronomers have found dozens of surprisingly massive black holes far from the centers of their host dwarf galaxies.
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In microgravity, flames are sphere-shaped. Tests of fire on the International Space Station are helping show how gases flow within flames.
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Scientists have worked out the chemistry of dark chocolate’s smell and reconstructed the aroma.
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Mitral valve prolapse might be caused by dysfunctional primary cilia meant to signal cells during development.
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Since 2013, eastern China has increased its annual emissions of a banned chlorofluorocarbon by about 7,000 metric tons, a study finds.
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The U.S. justice system holds adolescents to adult standards, and puts young people in situations that harm their development, a researcher argues.
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