Yes, biologists and physicists speak different languages and ask different questions, but when they learn from each other, some really amazing science comes out of it.
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By Katherine Harmon
Imaging specimens with electron microscopy imposes conditions that are typically deadly for living things, such as a high vacuum....
By: Stephanie Pappas, LiveScience Senior Writer
Published: 04/15/2013 07:44 AM EDT on LiveScience
A beautiful black-and-white image that looks lik...
Dogs may look silly when they shake themselves down after a dunk in the water, but there's some serious physics behind their antics.
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When science assaults our intuition, sometimes we respond with fascination, and at other times, when our favorite beliefs are on the line, with resistance. Can our mundane actions really change the climate of something so large as the Earth?
Okay, it's a mouth full, but if that doesn't grab you, let me just say watching 100 hours of plant growth in under 10 seconds in 3-D is pretty awesome.
By Nicholas St. Fleur
Hummingbirds are the acrobats of the avian family—flapping their wings more than 45 times a second, they hover forward, ba...
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