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- Study Finds A Daily Dose Of Peanuts Under Your Tongue Helps Treat Peanut Allergies
- Researchers Reverse Engineer Fireflies To Make More Efficient LEDs
- Captive Hyena Figures Out A Meat Puzzle Faster Than Its Wild Cousin
- The Science Of Getting On ‘The Price Is Right’
And don’t forget to check out our other favorite stories of the week:
- The Best Of CES 2013: Popular Science’s Products Of The Future
- Ralph Steadman Depicts Over 100 Extinct Boids
- BeerSci: How To Make Strong Beer Stronger
- The Self-Assembling, Self-Healing Material Of The Future Is… Blood
- Flexible, Paper-Like Tablet Computers Work Together To Make Computing More Like Shuffling Papers
- CES 2013: Wrap This Goop Around Your Fingers Then Smash Them With A Hammer
- Japan’s 2011 Earthquake Happened In An Area Considered Low-Risk. Where’s Next?
- Video: This Fish Climbs Up Waterfalls By Gripping With Its Mouth
- Do Natural Disasters Breed Health Epidemics?
- CES 2013: The Secret Side Of CES
- Hack Yourself An Emergency DIY Car Charger
- NASA Puts Space Shuttle Launch Facilities Up For Sale. Make An Offer!