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    We need to treat obesity as a real disease, not as a ‘bad habit.’

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    Ernst Mayr was the leading evolutionary biologist of the 20th century.

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    U.S. Senator Charles Schumer (D-NY) and the governor of Illinois have come out swinging against ‘violent’ video games. And, once again, retailers, developers, and even some lawmakers are fighting back.

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    Researchers are making progress in using a natural material to repair damaged body parts.

  • The Atomic Battery

    A breakthrough in betavoltaics could mean a 10-year battery life for sensors and medical implants.

  • Scanning for Drugs

    An older technology re-envisioned could lower the cost of drug R&D – and make it more humane.

  • In Silico Immunology

    Melvin Cohn uses computers to clarify one of biology’s most confusing fields.

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