An Amnesia Patient's Strange Power Of Recall

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Why Do We Give? Not Why Or How You Think

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Flies are attracted to glycerol, a chemical in beer produced during fermentation. Understanding more about the genes responsible for taste and smell in flies could help make powerful insect repellents. iStockphoto.com hide caption

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Beer Or Sugar Water? For Flies, The Choice Is Pale Ale

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Geron To End Embryonic Stem Cell Research

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Building A Better Toilet

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Strangers Can Spot Genetic Disposition For Empathy

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Solar Sector At War Over Cheap Chinese Panels

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H5N1 avian flu viruses (seen in gold) grow inside canine kidney cells (seen in green). Cynthia Goldsmith/CDC hide caption

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Scientists Worry About Impact Of Bird Flu Experimen

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The most common cause of brain injury in premature infants is a lack of oxygen in the days and weeks after birth, researchers say. Ibrahim Usta/AP hide caption

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Why Brain Injuries Are More Common In Preemies

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'Copiale Cipher': Mysterious Code Broken At Last

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Polka-Dotted Horses? Cave Art May Not Be Fantasy

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Meet The MythBusters

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