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Have Coronavirus Questions? You Can Now Skype a Scientist for Free

The news is dominated by stories about virus immunity, antibodies and generally speaking — science. Do you have any coronavirus questions? You can now Skype with a scientist for free.
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You've Been Calculating Your Dog's Age All Wrong

Apparently, one human year does not equal seven in dog years. While the common formula to convert your four-legged friend’s age into the canine equivalent has been to simply multiply it by seven, it has no scientific backing . There's a Better Way Calculate Your Dog's True Age in Dog Years,...
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Science Says These Traits Are Shared By Intelligent People

You see IQ test online and I'm sure you've taken a Cosmo quiz now and then about your smarts. While many times they're just fun little games, scientists say they've come up with a list of a few traits which are linked to high intelligence. For instance, you learn from your mistakes. A study by...
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This Scientific Song Created To Make Babies Happy

Music can make you feel so many emotions and can soothe the most savage beast. But what about a cranky baby? A child development expert, a musical psychologist, two Grammy Award-winning song writers and a vocalist say they've come up with a baby-friendly pop hit. There were some parameters from the...
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Petty Thieves Prevented Second Bomb From Exploding In NYC

The war on terrorism creates strange allies. By now you know about the bomb that exploded in the Chelsea section of New York City, injuring 29 people, SAturday night, September 17, 2016. You may have also heard that there was a second explosive device that never went off. Why that second device...
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