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Scientists now think they have cracked the secret to these microscopic animals’ success: recombining their own genes in new ways and stealing genes from other organisms living nearby, thus keeping genetic diversity alive and well—even without the DNA from a mate.<p>“This animal has lost its sexuality,” said study co-author Olivier Jaillon of Genoscope, part of the Institut de Génomique du CEA in France.<p>Bdelloid rotifers are microscopic, multicellular animals that look and move a lot like leeches …

The Barassi Line - dividing the Australian population almost 50/50, between football-playing regions in the south and west and rugby-play…

The Barassi Line - dividing the Australian population almost 50/50, between football-playing regions in the south and west and rugby-playing areas in the northeast

The best radiologists and radtechs use both sides in harmony

The best radiologists and radtechs use both sides in harmony. Image credit: yr.com (mercedes-benz campaign)

10 Paradoxical Traits Of Creative People

Creative people are humble and proud. Creative people tend to be both extroverted and introverted. Creative people are rebellious and conservative. How creative are you?<p><i>Editor’s Note: This is one of the most-read leadership articles of 2013. Click here to see the full list.</i><p>I frequently find myself …

3 Technologies That Could Have Prevented This Summer's Train Crashes

Three distinctly different, deadly train accidents happened around the world this summer, but they might have been prevented with technology that already exists.<p>Three distinctly different, deadly train accidents happened around the world this summer, but they might have been prevented with …

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Infrared Car System Spots Wildlife On The Road From 500 Feet Away

Here's how it works.<p>Since their debut 13 years ago, in-car night-vision systems, which identify pedestrians approaching a roadway, have arguably made driving safer. But they come with a pretty big blind spot: animals. Each year, drivers in the U.S. strike about a million deer, causing 27,000 human …