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A ten-year project has led to major revisions in our understanding of the bird brain, concluding that it is much more similar to mammalian brains than previously thought.
Many climate studies have predicted that tree species will respond to global warming by migrating via seed dispersal to cooler climates.
A new report details how coal retrieved from the Earth through surface mining comes at a significant cost to the ecosystem.
Electronic devices with touchscreens are ubiquitous, and one key piece of technology makes them possible: transparent conductors.
A new study from Duke University claims restaurants would do well to include caloric listings along with their healthier offerings on their websites and apps.
Pregnant women who have labor induced or augmented may have an increased risk of bearing children who are autistic, according to the findings of a large retrospective analysis appearing in the August 12 edition of the journal JAMA Pediatrics.
Microscopic tears in a new kind of man-made material may actually help the substance bulk up like a bodybuilder at the gym.
Mandating outpatient treatment for certain people with severe mental illness, while controversial, results in substantial cost savings by cutting hospitalizations and increasing outpatient care.
Duke researchers have devised a way to quickly and easily target and tinker with any gene in the human genome.
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