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Zooniverse projects studies effects of galaxy mergers with help from citizen scientists.
How pheromones influence songbird mating could shed light on how humans find the perfect mate.
Nanoscientist helps create exhibit at Disney World to teach kids about science.
Artificial cells used to investigate important biological processes.
Bread mold genes could help scientists better understand the human biological clock.
Marc Edwards has devoted his career to finding potential hazards in the U.S. water supply.
Climate scientist who proposed cloud whitening also writes plays, poems.
Shells of unusual snails could lead to development of new types of protective materials.
Technology often seen on "CSI" also looks for melamine in food, explosives at the airport.
Presidential award winner studies soil properties to help plan buildings, bridges.
Astrophysicist discusses love of supernovas, what brought him to science and what he hopes to teach others.
Randall Irmis talks about being a paleontologist and studying a childhood obsession, dinosaurs.
Computer scientists looks to create artificial intelligence that can anticipate wants and needs.
Computer scientist seeks to better find and integrate mounds of data available.
Paleoclimate researcher studies Greenland ice cores to see how Earth's climate has changed.
Ornithologist follows the evolution of feathers, shedding light on dinosaur colors.
In baseball, the curveball doesn’t break, we just think it does, says neuroscientist Zhong-Lin Lu.