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What happens in the Arctic doesn’t stay in the Arctic.
Scientists demonstrate how the brain physically understands language hierarchically.
In the 1960s geologists had to throw out their textbooks.
Skeletons reveal medieval people ingested lead from fancy pottery.
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Physiology/medicine prize recipients discovered, validated natural treatments for devastating diseases.
Physical scientists aren't trained for all the political and moral issues.
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