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A new study looks into the history of stone tools used by wild macaques in coastal Thailand.

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Just like early exposure to any other language, early exposure to sign language will support learning language later, whether it’s sign or spoken

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We also explain why Fido stinks even after he’s had a bath — why do wet dogs stink?

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In this Reactions video, we give you some chemistry-backed tips — one of which involves cats — to boost your productivity and stay awake without caffeine.

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we decided to take a closer look at what happens chemically in your brain and body right before you die.

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The Cretaceous Period featured neither bees nor butterflies. So were ancient plants pollinated? It turns out flies did all the work.

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Check out Jeff Potter’s book, Cooking for Geeks for more interesting kitchen hacks, like fixing smelly wine

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If you have ever seen objects “glow” under a black light, you’re familiar with fluorescence.

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But which is the better choice: milk or dark chocolate?

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It’s peak cold and flu season, and mucus is making many of our lives miserable.

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Donald Trump is now the 45th president of the U.S. While much was said about a variety of topics during the presidential campaign, little was said about science.

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The chemistry of the universe is, in a way, in your cup of coffee

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CRISPR could potentially engineer super crops, make designer animal models for research and even snip out genetic diseases.

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What do you do when you have a bad cough? If you reach for the yummy, cherry-flavored cough medicine, you’re not alone.

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a detailed explanation for how ice crystals form and water freezing has eluded us.

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In this episode of Reactions, we discuss the science behind boosting your body’s ability to burn fat with cold temperatures.

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It’s almost time to ring in 2017. And since most New Year’s celebrations include alcohol, Reactions’ latest episode explains the chemistry behind its effects

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Cast iron skillets are one of the kitchen’s ultimate multitools with some big time advantages over your everyday, stock aluminum pan.

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Robots just keep getting smarter and more human-like every day.

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Bay of Bengal harbors conditions that drive the evolution of new life forms

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So say you pour a beer but it’s all foam. Do you wait? Try to drink through it? Grab a straw. Just kidding. There is a better way to get rid of beer foam.

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If you stick your foot in a bag filled with garlic cloves and rub them on the bottom of your foot, you will actually be able to taste garlic!

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Find out why chocolate makes gum… DISAPPEAR!

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hile there’s no cure to make acne instantly go away, there are a few science-backed tips you can use to help minimize the number of pimples that pop up.

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