Hayley Dunning

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Behavior Brief

By | July 24, 2012

A round-up of recent discoveries in behavior research

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Surprising Sperm Diversity

By | July 23, 2012

The first genetic comparison of one man’s individual sperm cells uncovers unique genetic shuffling representative of a much bigger population.

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Bio-engineered Jellyfish Swim

By | July 22, 2012

Researchers create a swimming jellyfish mimic by reverse-engineering the creature's pumping action, paving the way for new methods of engineering replacement organs.

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Treating Egg Allergies with Eggs

By | July 19, 2012

Introducing tiny amounts of powdered egg into the diets of allergic children can cure the affliction.

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Lab Rats Need Better Diets

By | July 18, 2012

Rodents fed all-you-can-eat diets may be skewing experimental results.

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Lowering Carbon with Algae

By | July 18, 2012

Spawning algal blooms by fertilizing the Southern Ocean with iron could help sink atmospheric carbon to the deep ocean—and maybe slow the course of climate change.

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Cancer-Enhancing Stress

By | July 17, 2012

Depression in post-op breast cancer patients can cause tumors to establish in bone.

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HIV Prevention Drug Approved

By | July 17, 2012

The FDA approves the use of Truvada for those at high risk of HIV infection.

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Next Generation: Robotic Eye

By | July 13, 2012

Researchers create a robotic eye that mimics real muscle movement.

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Playing With Ecology

By | July 12, 2012

A card game based on interacting species aims to get children interested in real plants and animals.

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