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Artificial intelligence needs smart senses to be useful. Editorial Nov 12, 2016 559
2016 Nobels: Science News fans read it here first. Editorial Oct 29, 2016 504
Sometimes failure is the springboard to success. Editorial Oct 15, 2016 563
Science relies on work of young research standouts. Editorial Oct 1, 2016 531
Proxima b deserves buzz, even if some didn't notice. Editorial Sep 17, 2016 562
Bacteria display qualities that a mother would love. Editorial Sep 3, 2016 524
City of graphene hosts forum full of questions. Editorial Aug 20, 2016 523
The nose knows how to fight staph: new type of antibiotic found in human nasal secretions. Aug 20, 2016 469
Science finds many tricks for traveling to the past. Editorial Aug 6, 2016 570
Still mysterious, aging may prove malleable. Editorial Jul 23, 2016 600
Problem-solving insights enable new technologies. Editorial Jul 9, 2016 518
On a mission for science, on Jupiter and on Earth. Editorial Jun 25, 2016 565
Science fairs offer top students a grand stage. Editorial Jun 11, 2016 553
Math offers new view of brain and its disorders. Editorial May 28, 2016 516
Scientific evidence should inform politicized debates. May 14, 2016 528
Trying to find ET and our place in the universe. Editorial Apr 30, 2016 557
Science's inconvenient (but interesting) uncertainties. Editorial Apr 16, 2016 502
Racing for answers on Zika. Editorial Apr 2, 2016 540
Finding wonders in fat. Mar 19, 2016 359
In all sorts of circumstances, life finds a way. Editorial Feb 20, 2016 347
Powerful rhetoric can overlook important details. Editorial Feb 6, 2016 347
Insights into sexes' differing responses to stress. Editorial Jan 23, 2016 367
Climate, new physics and Jupiter on the horizon for 2016. Editorial Jan 9, 2016 342
Surprises at new frontier trump a tool's potential power. Dec 26, 2015 383
Scientists consider new genetic power and its impacts. Editorial Dec 12, 2015 352
A nerve to know. Editorial Nov 28, 2015 161
Scientists find the intrigue in earth's dullest times. Editorial Nov 14, 2015 343
Perspiration is important, but inspiration is fun(damental). Oct 31, 2015 350
General relativity centennial celebrates Einstein's genius. Editorial Oct 17, 2015 344
The surprising health benefits of coffee. Editorial Oct 3, 2015 385
When the pieces don't fit, try a new puzzle. Sep 19, 2015 376
DNA architecture, novel forensics offer new clues. Editorial Sep 5, 2015 375
Shifting views of brain cells, and other fresh perspectives. Editorial Aug 22, 2015 363
Encountering an unexpected Pluto and life's complexity. Editorial Aug 8, 2015 379
Putting time's mysteries in order. Editorial Jul 25, 2015 376
E-cigarette reports provide science that society craves. Jul 11, 2015 384
Pluto at last. Jun 27, 2015 353
Quantum meets chemistry, opening galaxy of possibility. Editorial Jun 13, 2015 345
Gene therapy, Gottaca-style, poses ethical issues. May 30, 2015 369
Cancerous clams and other sci-fi fodder. May 16, 2015 364
'Ex Machina' explores humanity as much as A.I. Movie review May 16, 2015 222
Driving curiosity to discovery. Editorial May 2, 2015 386
One anniversary to celebrate, one to contemplate. Editorial Apr 18, 2015 360
What's in a name? In science, a lot. Editorial Apr 4, 2015 368
In era of collaboration, individual initiative can still pay off. Mar 21, 2015 376
Why stress doesn't just stay in your head. Editorial Mar 7, 2015 372
Finding joy and inspiration in the pursuit of knowledge. Editorial Feb 21, 2015 383
Contemplating the coming of the drones. Editorial Feb 7, 2015 373
Science's self-criticism makes the enterprise stronger. Jan 24, 2015 356
Lessons for the New Year. Editorial Jan 10, 2015 353
Science inspires awe--and arguments. Editorial Dec 27, 2014 372
Preparing for disaster, celebrating success. Editorial Dec 13, 2014 376
A still mysterious solar system. Editorial Nov 29, 2014 399
A species of invention. Editorial Nov 15, 2014 387
Comet-crazed, and for good reason. Editorial Nov 1, 2014 386
Zero calories and other awe-inspiring science tales. Editorial Oct 18, 2014 375
Thoughtful approach to antibiotic resistance. Editorial Oct 4, 2014 366
A story about why people get fat may be just that. Editorial Sep 20, 2014 381
Sometimes value lies deep below the surface. Editorial Sep 6, 2014 348
The craziest NASA mission ever proposed. Editorial Aug 23, 2014 379
Listening in on cosmic messages. Editorial Aug 9, 2014 357
Adapting to climate change: let us consider the ways. Editorial Jul 26, 2014 342
A new view of dinosaurs, a clearer view of lunar origins. Editorial Jul 12, 2014 346
Scientists struggle to find signals in the noise. Editorial Jun 28, 2014 384
Your brain on marijuana: two views. Jun 14, 2014 354
One of the best ways for kids to learn science: by doing it. Editorial May 31, 2014 375
Prying tales from ancient DNA and a far-away moon. Editorial May 17, 2014 369
New tools reveal new truths about fungi, flies, antibiotics. Editorial May 3, 2014 373
Science can save lives, but only if society lets it. Editorial Apr 19, 2014 368
Gravitational wave detection a big day for the Big Bang. Editorial Apr 5, 2014 378
Beating addiction: impossible or surprisingly common? Editorial Mar 22, 2014 378
Making it work on paper, and just maybe in practice. Editorial Mar 8, 2014 370
Big science for lean times. Editorial Feb 22, 2014 398
Dealing with change, climate and otherwise. Editorial Feb 8, 2014 412
Creativity offers insights into the past and future. Editorial Jan 25, 2014 436
A newfound respect for the microbial world. Editorial Jan 11, 2014 433
Microbiome emerges as a clear breakthrough. Editorial Dec 28, 2013 432
Exploring dog origins with data and a dose of imagination. Dec 14, 2013 441
U.S. science funding sends young people a mixed message. Nov 30, 2013 417
Medicine's future inspired by science fiction. Editorial Nov 16, 2013 429
Don't worry, be grumpy and take nature's cycles in stride. Editorial Nov 2, 2013 422
A new look and other fruits of our digital experiments. Editorial Oct 19, 2013 421
Coming soon: Science News any way you want it. Oct 5, 2013 401
Saving birds may require seeing things their way. Editorial Sep 21, 2013 410
Science News, a gem deserving of discovery. Sep 7, 2013 444
Like a mind, science is a terrible thing to waste. Editorial Aug 24, 2013 429
A thinking problem, sculpted into the brain. Aug 10, 2013 411
Data on Antarctic climate key to filling in unknowns. Editorial Jul 27, 2013 423
Cicadas, the atom and other frontiers of science. Editorial Jul 13, 2013 425
Be humble in the face of nature's awesomeness. Jun 29, 2013 407
Seeing cells as they are--alive and dynamic. Editorial Jun 15, 2013 398
The complexities of eating in today's world. Editorial Jun 1, 2013 399
Discoveries help reveal our place in the universe. Editorial May 18, 2013 419
Think about it: support for brain research is smart. Editorial May 4, 2013 402
Even bad news can help propel science forward. Apr 20, 2013 404
The intrigue and reach of epigenetics grows. Editorial Apr 6, 2013 378
Exploring the limits and power of the lab mouse. Editorial Mar 23, 2013 389
3-D printing poised to hit the mainstream. Editorial Mar 9, 2013 396
Finding better drugs may require revised approach. Feb 23, 2013 405
Science brings formerly fuzzy thinking into focus. Feb 9, 2013 390

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