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Here's why you should totally ignore marketing statements on food packaging.
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The best statistical analysis may be no match for luck.
Neurological paths once thought vital to reading comprehension are not present in young readers.
Asking questions that don't muddy the waters about wave-particle duality.
Northern gannets avoid buckling their necks by choosing the right diving speed.
From holey plastics to microscopic ceramics, new possibilities emerge in materials.
Want to inspire the next generation of female engineers? Create a TV show about her.
You can examine the power of gravity on a table top.
Inside Science’s editors bring you their favorite stories from the “class of 2014.”