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科学美国人:Abortions in Medical Settings Rarely Have Major Complications2017-11-24
Careful tracking of more than 50,000 women during the six weeks after the procedure finds that serious adverse effects are rare. Dina Fine Maron reports
科学美国人:A New Recipe for Counting Cranberries2017-11-24
Estimating cranberry harvests involves tedious hand counting. But microwave analysis could change all that. Christopher Intagliata reports.
科学美国人:Sun's Magnetic Field Boosts Earth Lightning2017-11-24
When the Sun's magnetic field is pointed away from Earth, lightning strikes in the U.K. go up 50 percent. Christopher Intagliata reports
科学美国人:Kids Who Exercise Don’t Sweat Tests2017-11-23
Physically active children are healthier and score better on intellectual tests than their sedentary peers. Dina Fine Maron reports
科学美国人:How Fit Is Bitcoin?2017-11-23
A new analysis treats bitcoins and other cryptocurrencies as species in an evolutionary modelmdash;and finds bitcoin has no selective advantage. Christopher Intagliata reports.
科学美国人:Wearable Step Counters Offer Exercise Leg Up2017-11-23
High-tech pedometers do a decent job of counting steps accurately. Dina Fine Maron reports.
科学美国人:Ancient 1 Percenters Were Beast-Based2017-11-23
New World societies long ago likely had less income inequality than those in the Old World, and the difference might have been an oxen gap. Christopher Intagliata reports.
科学美国人:People Think Experiences Bring Happiness, Still Opt for Things2017-11-20
Survey subjects rated life experiences as making them happier and as a better use of money than buying objects. But they actually spent their cash on material goods, whose value is more easily quantifiable. Erika Beras reports
科学美国人:Keurig Coffee Drinkers Hack Back2017-11-20
Users of the K-cup coffee companyrsquo;s products have counterattacked against its efforts to restrict the brands that their new machines can brew. Larry Greenemeier reports
科学美国人:Track Cosmic Rays with Smartphone App2017-11-20
Take part in a citizen-science project by helping researchers track high-energy cosmic rays via a network of smartphone users. Clara Moskowitz reports
科学美国人:Ancient One-Percenters Were Beast Based2017-11-18
New World societies long ago likely had less income inequality than those in the Old World, and the difference might have been an oxen gap. Christopher Intagliata reports.
科学美国人:Facebook Puts Its Money Where Your Mouth Is2017-11-18
The social media behemoth buys voice-recognition start-up Wit.ai to prepare for the impending Internet of Things. Larry Greenemeier reports
科学美国人:Rival Space Internets Vie for Sky Pie2017-11-17
SpaceXrsquo;s Elon Musk and fellow tech mogel Greg Wyler both have plans for low Earth orbit satellite networks that could fill in many of the world's current gaps in Internet coverage. Larry Greenemeier reports
科学美国人:Humans on Mars Soonish Says NASA Bigwig2017-11-17
John Grunsfeld, the former astronaut who now heads NASArsquo;s Science Mission Directorate, thinks that traveling light could get people to Mars by the 2040s
科学美国人:Life Extension May Add Just Bad Time2017-11-17
Strains of the lab workhorse roundworm C. elegans that lived longer added more time being frail and had the same portion of their lives being healthy as normal worms. The work has implications for life-extension ideas such as caloric restriction. Dina Fine Maron reports
科学美国人:Feathers Help This Bird Sound the Alarm2017-11-17
The crested pigeon, found in Australia, has a modified wing feather that helps produce an alarm signal sound to warn other birds when there's trouble.
科学美国人:Put Space Cat On a Pedestal2017-11-17
A campaign calls for the creation of a statue to recognize Feacute;licette, the first cat to be sent into space.
科学美国人:Protected Areas Get Short Shrift2017-11-16
Protected land and sea areas serve the wildlife within them as well as the humans who live near them. But countries are backtracking on their financial commitments to these vital regions. Steve Mirsky reports
科学美国人:Insect Brain System Knows What You Want2017-11-14
Computer scientists borrowed insights from the fruit fly brain to create a more accurate search algorithm. Christopher Intagliata reports.
科学美国人:Polluted Water Whale Invents New Feeding Strategy2017-11-14
The Bryde's whale has come up with a passive but more efficient feeding strategy in the hypoxic waters of the Gulf of Thailand.
科学美国人:Nearby Exoplanets Invigorate the Search for E.T.2017-11-10
SETI pioneer Jill Tarter and Berkeley researcher Dan Werthimer talk about how the discovery of nearby exoplanets is inspiring new efforts to gain info about these galactic neighbors.
科学美国人:Bison Comeback Story Has a Bronx Accent2017-11-10
On National Bison Day, a look at the role the Bronx played in reestablishing herds of bison on the American plains.
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