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Unlocking Secrets of Sour Flavors With Something Found in Your Ears

Unlocking Secrets of Sour Flavors With Something Found in Your Ears

A protein found in the inner ear also exists in cells that help us perceive sour tastes, according to a new study.

Trapped in 99-Million-Year-Old Amber, a Beetle With Pilfered Pollen

Trapped in 99-Million-Year-Old Amber, a Beetle With Pilfered Pollen

A mid-Cretaceous beetle had a cavity filled with hair at the base of its mandibles for collecting pollen from plants known as cycads.

A Congressman, a Financial Deal and an Intricate Web of Conflicts

A Congressman, a Financial Deal and an Intricate Web of Conflicts

Representative Chris Collins of New York after his arraignment on insider trading charges in New York on Wednesday.

F.D.A. to Expand Medication-Assisted Therapy for Opioid Addicts

F.D.A. to Expand Medication-Assisted Therapy for Opioid Addicts

Alex M. Azar II, the secretary of health and human services, speaking to the National Governors Association on Saturday in Washington. The Trump administration wants to expand access to so-called medication-assisted treatment for combating opioid addiction.

Hot Heads: Why Mammals Need R.E.M. Sleep

Hot Heads: Why Mammals Need R.E.M. Sleep

Fur seals can switch off and on R.E.M. sleep when they're in the sea and on land, a pattern never seen before. Scientists believe it might mean R.E.M. sleep helps generate heat in our skulls, like shivering for the brain.

Ships Unearthed in Virginia Offer Glimpse of Colonial Era

Ships Unearthed in Virginia Offer Glimpse of Colonial Era

An 18th-century ship was discovered last month in Old Town Alexandria, Va., the fourth discovered in recent years within a two-block radius.

Neanderthals, the World’s First Misunderstood Artists

Neanderthals, the World’s First Misunderstood Artists

The ladder-shaped painting on the left in the La Pasiega cave in Spain is older than 64,000 years, scientists have found, and was made by Neanderthals.

To Beat Go Champion, Google’s Program Needed a Human Army

To Beat Go Champion, Google’s Program Needed a Human Army

Lee Se-dol, a professional Go player from South Korea, was smiling amid other players despite losing four of five games against a Google computer program called AlphaGo.

Women’s Views on Women Who Are Ovulating

Women’s Views on Women Who Are Ovulating

Participants in a study of the effects of ovulation were shown these two photos and asked which woman would be more likely to entice a dating partner.

The Thing Inside Your Cells That Might Determine How Long You Live

The Thing Inside Your Cells That Might Determine How Long You Live

A colored transmission electron micrograph of a human serous cell’s nucleus, with its nucleolus in purple. The nucleolus functions as the sort of brain of the nucleus, making rRNA, a basic ingredient for making proteins.

Summer Solstice 2019: The Search for Life in the Galaxy

Summer Solstice 2019: The Search for Life in the Galaxy

An artist’s rendering of an Earthlike exoplanet orbiting another. Scientists haven’t been able to measure an exoplanet’s tilt yet, but some suspect that a planet’s tilt is key to supporting life.

States Confront the Spread of a Deadly Disease in Deer

States Confront the Spread of a Deadly Disease in Deer

Game warden Keith Knighton, left, with a buck shot by Brodie McDonald during a special hunt to check for chronic wasting disease in deer in Montana last month.

Clown Fish Need More Energy to Live in a Bleached Home

Clown Fish Need More Energy to Live in a Bleached Home

Researchers at the University of Glasgow studied physiological indicators of stress in clown fish living with bleached anemones, a result of warming temperatures and other environmental disturbances.

Silicon Valley’s Water Conservation Conundrum

Silicon Valley’s Water Conservation Conundrum

­“Silicon Valley has been talking about water technology since they started talking about clean tech, but there are no new big ideas,” said Joel Makower, the chairman and executive editor of the GreenBiz Group.

Plan Bee: The Rise of Alternative Pollinators

Plan Bee: The Rise of Alternative Pollinators

Alfalfa leafcutter bees and their brood cells in a hut built by Jim Watts, who runs a business providing bees to farmers out of Ontario, Ore.


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