Food Failures: Beer Home Brew

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Ancient Beads with an Otherworldly Origin

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Diagnosing Self-Destruction

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Space Telescope Reawakened for an Asteroid Hunt

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New Clues to Memory Glitch Behind 'Senior Moments'

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Acting as a "sender," brain researcher Rajesh Rao watches a video game and waits for the time to hit the "fire" button. But he'll only think about doing that — the impulse was carried out by someone in another building, in a recent test of brain-to-brain communication. University of Washington hide caption

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This young whooping crane is on its first fall migration, guided by an Operation Migration ultralight aircraft. Each whooper in this population wears an identification band, and many carry tracking devices that record their movements in detail. Joe Duff/Operation Migration USA Inc. hide caption

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Wise Old Whooping Cranes Keep Captive-Bred Fledglings On Track

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Piglets in a pen on a hog farm in Frankenstein, Mo. Jeff Roberson/AP hide caption

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Antibiotic Use On The Farm: Are We Flying Blind?

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Some Rattlesnakes Losing Their Warning Rattle In S. Dakota

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A little chilly for camping: Ice-penetrating radar revealed a mega-canyon below the Greenland ice sheet, extending for more than 460 miles. Courtesy of J. Bamber/University of Bristol hide caption

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Another 'Grand Canyon' Discovered Beneath Greenland's Ice

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The underlying biology of age-related memory glitches — in old mice and old people — is different from what happens with Alzheimer's, recent research suggests. Anthony Bradshaw/iStockphoto.com hide caption

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A Single Protein May Help Explain Memory Loss In Old Age

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