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There's still talk of revolution on campuses. But the 21st-century student has something very different from anarchy on the mind--think hydrogen cars and homes on the moon
Scientists take another look at how mathematics is learned and stumble upon some provocative findings
An ultra-analytical computer might smooth the transition between human and machine teaching
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Nerdy Mad Libs Fool the Experts
Amazing inventions of 2004
Why do seemingly ordinary people become stalkers?
Gentlemen, charge your batteries: four vehicles that won't need gas to top 300 mph
Scuba-trained investigators are learning protocols for examining watery graves. Rule #1 is not so high-tech: Watch out for 'gators.
Using DNA as his tool kit, he invented a new way to make chemicals.
Yoseph Bar-Cohen's innovations are revolutionizing muscles, medicine and missions to Mars.
Barbie's dead. Did Ken do it? How miniature death-scene dioramas are used to teach modern CSI techniques.
If you cheat on your spouse, you can't yet plead biochemistry in divorce court. But rodent-brain research sheds light on why some lovers stay, some stray.
Microbiology: Shirts, shoes, and even magazines--all from a petri dish.
Stress wrecks your head -- and, sometimes, the truth.