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Vietnamese animals detected through DNA in leeches include, from left to right, the Ammanite striped rabbit, the Chinese ferret-badger, the Troung San muntjac, and the serow. Inset shows stability of DNA in a leech
Not Exactly Rocket Science
A Blog by Ed Yong
Posted Tue, 01/8/2013
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Gravitational Waves Were the Worst-Kept Secret in Science
We need to consider our decisions in the context of the audiences we serve and the potential consequences of reporting unconfirmed rumors.
by Nadia Drake
Paleo Profile: The Dragon Thief
This Jurassic carnivore marks the "dawn of the dinosaurs."
by Brian Switek
As Antibiotics Fail, We Need More Vaccines
A new report by a British project examining global antibiotic resistance says that better vaccines and better use of them could help blunt th…
by Maryn McKenna