Sports scientists could help musicians and other artists endure the stresses of their craft.
Chris Gorski, Editor
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A closer look at how studies of the surgery produced conflicting results.
Turning scientists into rockstars.
After superhuman efforts, athletes often race again just days later.
Olympic athletes must consider elevation when training.
Sochi's elevation makes speed-skating world records unlikely.
Sediment records suggest that East Coast suffered higher winds many times.
Scientist in New Hampshire uses data from space to create unique music.
Atop a ridge in Antarctica, temperatures can drop below -136 degrees F.
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