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- Treating Sciencephobia – Or, how to read real science without getting a nervous breakdown.
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- Women not to blame for obesity – but estrogens might be.
- The Kim Kardashian hypothesis of beauty.
- Is ROBO2 really a language gene? Hmmm…
- Cat bug changes behavior – NY Times Science Section
- Be nice to your Precuneus – it might be your real self…
- Acupuncture triggers neurotransmitters in the body
- New Insights into Nerve Regeneration
- Flatworm ejaculation is triggered by dopamine… a lesson in ultraconservation.
- Turn the lights off when you sleep: Melatonin and cancer treatment.
- You couldn’t be cuter — the power of the baby schema.
- From The Web – 7 kittens and a flying toy
- The sexiest mammal on earth?
- Microbes may trigger Alzheimer’s Disease.
- Has the Turing test really been cracked?
- Where does visual input become conscious? (Baars, hat tip to Prof. Alumit Ishai)
- Flow in the Zone 2013
- Love a Gradient
- AD-ENM server: computing with elastic network models
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