A new theory of anthropogenic climate improvement Good news on the climate front, sort of: When we cut emissions of heat-trapping gases worldwide, global warming slows down. In a new analysis of temperatures
Foods without gluten won't necessarily help you slim down—here's proof If you think you're doing yourself a favor by eating gluten-free foods—even though you don't have to—you're not alone. Sixty-five
WASHINGTON — In a brief statement from the White House Wednesday night, President Obama welcomed the apparent success of a deal that is expected to reopen the government and raise the nation's debt limit.
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My book, 50 Human Brain Ideas You Really Need to Know, is out now, and is available at a discount price from Amazon and the Guardian bookshop. (And here's a lovely review by Vaughan Bell, who calls it
$600,000: the funding the National Institutes of Health has awarded to bioprinting projects since 2007. See how 3-D printed body parts will revolutionize medicine. 20,000: the number of cow cells used