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Scientists Erase Bad Mice Memories

Scientists Erase Bad Mice Memories
Can a bad memory be turned into a good one? Scientists say they've been able to do just that in a group of mice by activating certain parts of their brain with light, no drugs or extra training needed.
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Walking Fish Explains Tetrapod Past
Scientists studying a bichir fish from riverbanks in Africa found that when they raise this fish in a terrestrial environment, their bodies actually change in ways that make them more successful walkers.
Study: We Travel with Our Own Germs
Sorry, clean freaks. No matter how well you scrub your home, it's covered in bacteria from your own body. And if you pack up and move, you'll rapidly transfer your unique microbial fingerprint.
What Makes Gecko Feet So Sticky?
What gives geckos the remarkable ability to run upside down across ceilings and stop short on smooth vertical surfaces? Scientists say that you could call it "the hierarchy of hairs."
Physicists Help To Boost Animation
An expanding cadre of high-level physicists, engineers and other scientists, including many former NASA employees, have left careers in aerospace and academia to work in the movie business.
Teachers Learn Science at Tech Firms
Practicing the principles they teach.
Gorillas Communicate with Scent
Odor can be louder or softer as needed.
Bacterium Destroys Tumors' Heart
And triggers immune system boost.
Kids' Brains Make Shift To Learn Math
Scientists find how math is memorized.
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