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I bet that gambling is not good
gamblingFriday April 17, 2009 6:01PM ET
Is gambling good or bad? Well, you can't gamble your way to economic health.
Programming ceramics
ceramicsFriday April 10, 2009 6:01PM ET
University of Washington researchers are combining the ancient art of ceramics and the new technology of 3-D printing.
Planet found, planet forgotten
hidden planetFriday April 3, 2009 6:01PM ET
A new image-processing technique may allow astronomers to discover extrasolar planets that are hidden in over a decade's worth of Hubble Space Telescope archival data.
One small and scary step for mind reading
neurons mind readingFriday March 13, 2009 6:01PM ET
It may be possible to "read" a person's memories just by looking at brain activity.
Studies that hurt my brain
Studies that hurt my brainFriday March 6, 2009 5:01PM ET
I love science and I read about new discoveries every day. I love deep and profound studies such as, for example, those that proves that light is lighter than dark.
You're fat? Eat more!
fat eatFriday February 27, 2009 5:01PM ET
The headline seems crazy, and it is, indeed, but that's how our brain deciphers words "Join a gym".
Hard to read, hard to do
readingFriday February 20, 2009 5:01PM ET
Marketers and designers would do well to choose easy-to-read fonts.
Tracking ancient hominids
Tracking ancient hominidsFriday February 13, 2009 5:47PM ET
Dazzling new scientific techniques are allowing anthropologists to track the movements and menus of extinct hominids.
Earliest Evidence for Animal Life
oldest lifeFriday February 6, 2009 5:05PM ET
Discovered fossil animal steroids date back to more than 635 million years ago, says UC Riverside’s Gordon Love.
Weather report from another planet
hd80606bFriday January 30, 2009 6:36PM ET
Astronomers have observed the intense heating of a distant planet, providing important clues to the atmospheric properties of the planet.
The secret of Stradivarius
StradivariusFriday January 23, 2009 6:01PM ET
For centuries, violin makers have tried and failed to reproduce the pristine sound of Stradivarius and Guarneri violins, but now the mystery has been solved.
The Red Planet is not a Dead Planet
Mars MethaneFriday January 16, 2009 2:43PM ET
Mars today is a world of cold and lonely deserts, but there is evidence of a warmer and wetter past.