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Treatment for white-nose syndrome

Have you ever heard about white-nose syndrome? White-nose syndrome is caused by the fungus Pseudogymnoascus dstructans, or P. destructans, which resulted a significant decrease in the Bat population in North America. 319 more words

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Science Club Week 1 and 2

In Week 1 in Science Club we carried out a marshmallow experiment. It was so fun. We were in partners and we had to create our own tower using just marshmallows and uncooked spaghetti. 23 more words

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The Brain That Changes Itself

“The brain is a far more open system than we ever imagined, and nature has gone very far to help us perceive and take in the world around us.
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The world full of clones of mutant crayfish

In the world full of concern about endangered animals, the mutant crayfish are in the totally opposite state. These mutant crayfish, called marmorkrebs (or marbled crayfish), are spreading all over the world – from a stream in Florida to Madagascar. 287 more words

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Bacterium is receiving signals?

Caltech, one of the most competitive and educative schools in the States, discovered new, creative methods to communicate with bacteria from inside to outside of the body. 339 more words

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Which is smarter?

People are wondering which is smarter, cat or dog. They can get a clear answer from neuroscientists. Intelligence is concerned with the number of neurons in the cerebral cortex. 358 more words

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March 8th - 14th

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Thursday, March 8th – Sunday, March 11th: 

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