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Scientific American     25.08.2019

Truth, Lies & Uncertainty: Searching for Reality in Unreal Times

We live in a world where the sharing of misinformation is rampant. How do we combat this epidemic?
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Scientific American     24.08.2019

Will China Overtake the U.S. in Artificial Intelligence Research?

China not only has the world’s largest population and looks set to become the largest economy—it also wants to lead the world when it comes to AI.
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Scientific American     24.08.2019

Gene Editing Transforms Gel into Shape-Shifting Smart Material

Scientists are using CRISPR to create smart materials that change their form on command.
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Scientific American     23.08.2019

Surprise: Bees Need Meat

Bees are actually omnivores, and their meat is microbes.
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Scientific American     23.08.2019

Can a New Lyme Disease Vaccine Overcome a History of Distrust and Failure?

Two new vaccines are in development for Lyme disease, but it has taken researchers two decades to get this close.
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Scientific American     23.08.2019

The Search for Social Identity Leads to “Us” versus “Them”

Self-uncertainty motivates people to seek out stronger group identification as well as leadership preferences that can encourage confirmation bias and populism.
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Scientific American     22.08.2019

Possible Links Between Warming and Tornadoes Are Still Murky

New research finds connections between ocean temperatures and tornado activity.
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Scientific American     22.08.2019

The False Promise of Fish Oil Supplements

Opinion: Consumers have been told that dietary fish oil supplements promote heart health. But this conventional thinking is not supported by the science.
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Scientific American     22.08.2019

Scientists Start Building a Parts List for the Brain

A new study provides an extraordinary close-up of the menagerie of neural cell types, yielding possible leads for neurological and psychiatric treatments.
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