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First Swimming Dinosaur

Spinosaur, thought to be terrestrial, actually spent much time in water

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Drug Debate

Finishing your antibiotics

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"Super Henge"

Lasers reveal Stonehenge's past

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Microbes as Morphine Factories

Researchers move a step closer to producing morphine inside yeast

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Setting Records

Eruption is largest in a century

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Cargo Ants

Building better shipping networks

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Chickens' Crazy Eyes

Unraveling chicken eyes could lead to new designs for machine vision

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Bizarre Medicine

Unraveling medical mysteries

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Pretty Data

NASA recruits infographic artists

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Supermassive Dino Discovered

At 65 tons, Dreadnoughtus weighed more than a Boeing 737

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Space Tech

A new spacesuit design

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Clams Talking

Reading shells for past climate

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How Advanced Are We?

Comparing humanity to as-yet-undiscovered alien civilizations

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On Blood

20 things you didn't know

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Curious Cats

Feline experimenters in photos

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Sailing On Solar Winds

The Sunjammer is NASA's first solar sail mission to deep space

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Deadly Drugs

Anthrax taints heroin samples

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Betting Birds

Pigeons gamble like people do

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Meet the Mites That Live On Your Face

These microscopic critters are in your pores right now

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Memory Edit

Adding artificial fear

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You Sound Tall

Can you tell height from voice?

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First Swimming Dinosaur

Spinosaur, thought to be terrestrial, actually spent much time in water

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