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These mice sing their little hearts out—and that’s good for neuroscience
What singing rodents can teach us about human conversation.
12,000 tons of food waste transformed a barren landscape into something surprising
This isn't an excuse to litter.
A Beginner’s Guide To Flyboarding
Flying six feet above a lake
Turning To The Ocean To Tackle Antibiotic Resistance
Researchers have discovered a marine microbe may help inhibit pathogen biofilm formation
Costa Rica To Close Its Zoos And Release Animals Into The Wild
The silky anteater, shown here, could be climbing trees in its native forests soon.
Video: A Yeti Crab That Grows Its Bacterial Meals on Its Own Body
A species of deep sea crab, named, as more things should be, after the Himalayan snow monster, grows its own … Continued
Costa Rica Discontinues Unproven Stem Cell Treatments
In Popular Science‘s July issue, we look at the phenomenon of stem-cell tourism: patients who head overseas for experimental medical … Continued