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Yin and yang of empathy
Females itch less than males
KyotoU PEGS away at catching quakes at light speed
Biological clocks set for skin immunity
More than one way to skin tumor
Real-time Imaging of Dynamic Atom-atom Interactions
Never too odd to learn how to swim
Breathtaking solution for breathless problem
Species thrive through social connections
Some monkeys might pull poker face
Likes repel and opposites can too?
Pumping calcium for bigger bones
Chimps, dreams, and videotape
Volcanoes at fault if Earth slips
Jiminy’s wings turned out as fine as his conscience
When neurons behave like double-edged sword
Higher solar yield, less power effort
Shedding new light on controlling material properties
Shrimp cocktails served in Japanese rivers
Elusive “strange” nucleus is free of charge
Baby white wallaby harboring hopping DNA
A-B-C is not as easy as 1-2-3 but assembles like clockwork
Mutant mice shed no tears
Walking walk not up to speed with talk
Load up hydrogen but hold carbon
If you can’t score music, just beat it
Sleeping mice show busy brains
Sound of Ikebana blooms where art and digital technology intersect
Feral horse show some class with harems
New insight into molecular mechanisms underlying development of heart failure
River animals just go with flow
Einstein finally warms up to quantum mechanics?
Hybrid strategy captures larger picture of wild mandrills
Success in Visualizing Propagation Path of Electromagnetic Waves from Space to Ground
Life is but dream
Towards Self-Restoring Electronic Devices with Long DNA Molecules
Different recipe, same sauce
Behavioral synchronization in complex societies of feral horses
Founder sociality hypothesis explains long-lasting social change when animals expand into novel niche
Plant from Plastics: Bio-based Polymers Can Be Transformed into Fertilizers
Building stronger anti-cancer therapies with stem cells
Cells act in unison when next to each other
Male giraffes are more socially connected than females
Order from chaos
Weighing space dust with radar
Call for applications: 13th Tachibana Award
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