Appetizing scents can override alarm signals in honeybees.
Brian Owens, Contributor
Reversing a typical nylon curling brush's fabric could dramatically change the sport.
Fatty layer covering snakeskin protects animal's underside against scrapes and wear.
Wearable tech could help cowboys spot sick animals sooner.
Human tendency to seek patterns leads to misperception of randomness.
Urban 'microbiome' can offer glimpses into disease trends.
Environmentally friendly additives to road salt may still have tradeoffs.
Airplanes and birds may have followed similar pattern to increase efficiency.
Young children need more detailed sound information, new study finds.
At sports venues designed to maximize crowd atmosphere, beware of hearing loss.
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