A new technique may be 10,000 times more sensitive than existing methods.
Katharine Gammon, Contributor
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Rudimentary technology gets an update.
Bacterial proteins could alter precipitation patterns and climate-change models.
Butterflies face much more bumpy, turbulent skies than previously thought.
Robotic flappers and models could help researchers understand a basic mystery of fish evolution.
New method could help identify the exact right moment to pick wine grapes.
New tools help forecast risk of climate-dependent diseases.
Every penguin tries to maximize its own heat, but all members of the group benefit.
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