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Science For People

Good news from the frontiers of science!


The Attack of the Killer Nanobacteria
Tiny creatures so small that they've been overlooked by scientists may be slinking around your body right now -- and they're probably up to no good.

Who Needs Sex?
Is there another way to mix genes besides sex?

The Mathematics of the Internet
The Internet can be viewed as a graph, and that means you can do some interesting math with it.

A Baby's Hair
The first animal cloning was performed with a baby's hair and tweezers.

Observing the Deep Sky
The deeper you look into space, the more amazing it looks.

Understanding Telescopes
What you need to know before you buy a telescope.

The Mad Cow Jumped Over the Moon
Mad cow disease illuminates learning and memory.

Natural Complexity
Simple chemistry can provide some surprisingly complex shapes.

Electrifying News
A long-held theory comes to a shocking end.

We Know What You're Thinking
Scientists can see your thoughts. You won't believe what's on your mind.

Small Talk
Bacteria are talking behind your back. You should hear what they're saying.

Ears Looking at You, Kid
Some people see with their ears and hear with their eyes. These 'crossed wires' may expose the workings of the brain.

Aristotle's Chickens
Aristotle came close to discovering stem cells more than two thousand years ago. Will we have to wait another two millennia for a therapy?