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Collaboration Beats Smarts In Group Problem Solving

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Listen To Us Weigh A Hurricane

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Paying Off Loans: Strategies Of The 'Irrational' Human

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A Matter Of Wait: The Science Of Standing In Line

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Forensic Artists Use Talent To Solve Crimes

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Who Decides The Price Of Human Life?

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Defining Human Uniqueness In 'Almost Chimpanzee'

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The Frankfurt Kitchen, designed by Austrian Margarete (Grete) Schuette-Lihotzky in 1926. Courtesy MoMA hide caption

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A Kitchen Revolution Aimed At Freeing Women

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The Origins Of The Word 'Cell'

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How We Pay Attention

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Almost half of sugar consumed in the U.S. comes from sugar beets. But legal action facing the USDA may prevent genetically modified sugar beets from being grown in the U.S., which would severely curtail sugar output. iStockphoto.com hide caption

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Sugar Beet Beatdown: Engineered Varieties Banned

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Where Your Brain Figures Out What It Doesn't Know

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Clostridium difficile causes severe diarrhea and can frequently return, even when treated with antibiotics. The human body is home to trillions of bacteria. Janice Carr/CDC Public Health Image Library hide caption

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Bacterial Bonanza: Microbes Keep Us Alive

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