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Laura Niklason recognized that synthetic organs can't grow without mechanical stress.
A powerful, precise language aptitude test is entering civilian life.
SATs are on their way out, but new tests aren’t quite ready.
A neuroscientist studies ant colonies to understand feedback in the brain.
Cosmic microwaves and crime.
Hundreds of years of trial documents reveal our changing attitudes to violent crime.
Inside the quest to conquer addictive drugs.
Revisiting James Lovelock’s theory as it approaches 50.
Contrary to appearances, online reviews reflect the opinions of the few.
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