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Dunkin’ Donuts strips munchkins of their nanoparticles

Dunkin’ Donuts strips munchkins of their nanoparticles

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Food | For a limited time only, Dunkin’ Donuts customers can order their sugary breakfast treats sprinkled with candies, glazed with chocolate, or dusted with…

High-end property

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Science | Companies may soon be staking claims on the lunar frontier

Scientists grow pieces of miniature human lab rats

Scientists grow pieces of miniature human lab rats

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Science | A bioterror attack 14 years ago killed five people and sickened another 17 when someone spread anthrax through the United States Postal Service. That attack…

New fern discovery pokes hole in evolutionary theory assumptions

New fern discovery pokes hole in evolutionary theory assumptions

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Science | Evolutionary biologists have announced the recent discovery in France of a hybrid fern species they claim to be as exciting as discovering a manatee could…

Sailing on sunlight

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Science | Engineers develop spacecraft powered by solar energy

New sensors warn of failure in bridges, medical devices

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Technology | Bridges about to suffer structural failure might soon be able to send a warning of the impending danger before a catastrophic collapse. Knee replacements or…

Are Ebola-fighting cows the first step toward human animals?

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Science | It’s not unusual for farms to have a herd of cows, unless those cows are a tiny bit human. One farm in Iowa has a herd of 50 black and white Holstein-Jersey…

Face time

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Science | A mummy mask may have been hiding the oldest copy of the Gospel of Mark yet found

Not in my office, some doctors tell unvaccinated patients

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Health | In the wake of the multistate measles outbreak that has infected more than 100 Americans, some doctors refuse to see children whose parents won’t have them…

Ethicists: Return mentally ill patients to asylums

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Mental illness | Returning people with serious and chronic mental illness to psychiatric asylums that are safe and humane is the only sensible and morally appropriate solution…

Wings and a prayer

Wings and a prayer

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Science | Cockpit automation may inhibit pilots’ thinking skills 

Mosquitos carrying Chikungunya hitchhiking to the U.S.

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Health | The Asian tiger mosquito, a species that carries the chikungunya virus, is likely hitchhiking its way from Panama toward North America inside cars and trucks,

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