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Tool Use Comes Naturally to Crows
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A Jellyfish's Blurry View
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GSAT English Rules
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Expert report highlights the importance to parents of reading to children!
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Hold on to your stars, ladies and gentlemen
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City Trees Beat Country Trees
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Dark Galaxy
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A Dusty Birthplace
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Are Propellers Fin-ished?
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Einstein's Skateboard 07/05/2010

Einstein's Skateboard

Albert Einstein never rode a skateboard. However, skateboarders caught big air on a halfpipe in honor of the famous physicist.


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Thinner Air, Less Splatter 07/05/2010

Thinner Air, Less Splatter

If you could slow down time, you'd be amazed at the things you could see. In slow motion, for example, you could watch individual drops of rain landing in puddles and making mini-splats.


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The Pressure of Scuba Diving 07/05/2010

The Pressure of Scuba Diving

At 25 feet below the surface of the water, Alex Whitaker's tooth started to ache. When he tried to dive deeper, the pain grew worse.


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The Particle Zoo 07/05/2010

The Particle Zoo

Particles are the building blocks of matter, and matter makes up everything you can see. The Earth and moon are matter. So is your body, your computer’s screen, even the air you breathe. Which means they’re all made of particles.


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The Mirror Universe of Antimatter 07/05/2010

The Mirror Universe of Antimatter

Had a fight with your parents or a bad day at school? Wouldn't it be nice to step through a mirror to enter a different, yet somehow familiar world on the other side?


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Strange Universe: The Stuff of Darkness 07/05/2010

Strange Universe: The Stuff of Darkness

It isn't easy to study darkness. Try it. Next time you're outside on a clear night, look up. You might see the winking lights of an airplane, the glow of an orbiting satellite, or even the bright trail of a meteor. Of course, you'll see lots of stars


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Spin, Splat, and Scramble 07/05/2010

Spin, Splat, and Scramble

Having fun? Take a break and give this some thought: Science can help you play better.


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Speedy stars 07/05/2010

Speedy stars

Think stars don’t move? Think again! When you look into the sky at night, the stars may appear to stay in place. But stars are always on the move — they’re just so far away that the motion is hard to see.


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Road Bumps 07/05/2010

Road Bumps

If you've ever been in a car that's traveling down a dirt road, you know how bumpy the ride can be. Dirt roads often develop ridges—and until recently, no one knew why.


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Project Music 07/05/2010

Project Music

Music can make or break a party. It can also improve your health, your driving, and your math and physics skills, according to some of the projects at this year's Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF).


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