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Science has been so wrong about women, and it’s time to fix it

It’s easy to assume that just because something is scientific it’s true. That doesn’t account for the glut of conflicting findings both in academia and industry over the past century


DNA Identifies ‘Jack the Ripper’

At least five prostitutes were murdered in the East End of London in the autumn of 1888 A self-described “armchair detective” and a Finnish molecular biologist have claimed to have

Nanotechnology POWER SOURCES

Battery Yarn Could Knit Power Into Fabrics

The battery yarn is as flexible as any other woven material. best way to sell electric cars . Should automakers be boasting of their environmental credentials? Or should they talk


‘Fly-Eyes’ Could Reduce Glass Fogging

Fly eyes see perfectly fine in moist environments. Gray Squirrel Tactics Inspire Deceptive Robot.   An anti-fog coating modeled on the nano-structure of a fly eye could one day be


‘Chameleon’ Crystals Change Color and Shape

“Dwarf squid are the smallest squid species in the world,” Monterey Bay Aquarium aquarist Chris Payne told Discovery News. In addition to this petite creature, the new exhibit features a