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A neuroscientist confronts his anguish over experimenting on animals.
Gyandromorphs overturn traditional theories of sexual development.
Purebreds don’t satisfy the biological definition of a species.
You make choices even if your atoms don’t.
When a hypothesis is neither true nor false.
Plants and animals have reproduced without sex for eons. So why did nature bother?
An experiment shows how to rebuild human compassion.
James Doty just may embody the altruism he studies.
There’s a method to the madness of the teenage brain.
How supernatural beliefs allowed societies to bond and spread.
What Francis Crick and Sydney Brenner taught me about being scooped.
Sacred beliefs likely arose out of prehistoric bonding and rituals.
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