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Dinosaurs Lived--and Made Little Dinos--in the Arctic
New research shows that the prehistoric giants were even cooler than we thought
During a Rodent Quadrathlon, Researchers Learn That Ground Squirrels Have Personalities
The rodents’ personalities may help them to secure territory and avoid prey.
A Car Crash Snaps the Daydreaming Mind into Focus
One researcher’s poorly timed attention lapse flipped a car—and pushed science forward.
COVID, Quickly, Episode 14: Best Masks, Explaining Mask Anger, Biden's New Plan
Today we bring you a new episode in our podcast series COVID, Quickly. Every two weeks, Scientific American ’s senior health editors Tanya Lewis and Josh Fischman catch you up on the essential developments in the pandemic: from vaccines to new variants and everything in between.
You can listen to all past episodes here .
The Kavli Prize Presents: Understanding Atoms [Sponsored]
Gerd Binnig shared The Kavli Prize in Nanoscience in 2016 for inventing the atomic force microscope. What transformative impact has this invention had on nanoscience?
In Missouri, a Human 'Bee' Works to Better Understand Climate Change's Effects
Researcher Matthew Austin has become a wildflower pollinator, sans the wings.
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