A Roadmap to Terminal Disease Cures

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Free Access to New Reference Module Articles: Materials Science and Materials Engineering

The Reference Module in Materials Science and Materials Engineering provides a one-stop interdisciplinary resource that is continuously advancing... Read more

Music and the Evolution of Culture

Why does music affect us? Why does this ability to enjoy sounds appear in evolution? Aristotle was the... Read more

Tooth Be Told: Millions of Years of Evolutionary History Mark Those Molars

“Show me your teeth and I’ll tell you who you are.” These words, attributed to 19th-century naturalist George... Read more

The Neural Code of Intelligence

The only numerical measures of intelligence are test scores. They are theoretically based on psychometric g, which is an empirical... Read more

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Many Kids Still Don’t Report Concussion Symptoms. How Can We Change That?

While most of the media attention is directed at professional athletes, concussion and brain injuries are also a concern for… Read more

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Why Advances in Treating Those with Brain Injuries Require Advances in Respecting Their Rights

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Encyclopedia of Immunobiology Wins PROSE Award

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Meet and Greet with Dr. Suhkai

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Usain Bolt Has Lost an Olympic Gold Medal Thanks to a Team-Mate on Methylhexanamine – Here’s What It Is

Last summer, the world shared in Usain Bolt’s infectious enthusiasm as he achieved a remarkable “triple treble” of... Read more

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Darling, I Love You … From the Bottom of My Brain

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How Computer Hacking is Becoming Russia’s Weapon of Choice

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