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Hidden clue
Physicist Mohammad Sami has joined a league of matchmakers trying to wed the hardest mathematics ever invented with one of the most baffling features of the Universe. The stakes are high. It's an a...  | Read.. 
Effort to rescue the 'Goliath'
Suppose you are a Goliath bird-eating spider, the largest known spider on earth, ...  | Read.. 
Sex trap to kill male roaches
A pheromone, emitted by female German cockroaches that drives their male counte ...  | Read.. 
Alternatives' Ally
Even 120 years ago doctors were primarily rated for their bedside manners: an ab ...  | Read.. 
Other side of the story
Orthodox medicine doesn't give a damn to alternative healers. According to the f ...  | Read.. 
Mohammad Sami (left) and Mohammad GarousiHidden clue
Dark galaxy
Older humans
Choosy termite
Glaring error
Lilliput in science
Pop goes the thing
If you happened upon nj.com in the last month, you might have noticed a clucking penguin waddling across the computer screen, stumbling over text as it promoted a local utility company. ...  | Read.. 
Big-memory cell
Tiny photoprinter
Chest problems
Of all the debates surrounding the diagnosis and treatment of breast cancer in recent decades, the most persistent and perplexing one involves a very early cancer called DCIS, or ductal carcinoma in situ. This cancer is noninvasive, confined to the m ...  | Read.. 
 
Bedtime story
Aspirin's new avatar
Blame it on Internet liaisons
Miles to go before polio gets eradicated
Smoking ruins men's sex life
Blood cancer drug for stroke
Nicotine's sex bias
QED: Disappearing past
The last passenger pigeon, Martha, died in 1911 in a Cincinnati zoo. Six billion of them once existed, darkening the sky for days when they flew over. There are six billion of us now. We don't expect to be extinct soon. Nevertheless, pockets of us die ...  | Read.. 
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