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In his book Being Mortal, surgeon Atul Gawande argues that more medicine may not be better medicine in end-of-life care.
Brookhaven National Laboratory cooks up tiny ephemeral batches of quark-gluon soup that are said to be the most "perfect" fluid ever discovered.
With production of experimental treatments slow-going, rapid diagnostic testing could be the best bet for containing the ongoing Ebola outbreak.
From its role in biological systems to cultural products, “shape is information that can tell us a story,” says biologist Dan Chitwood.
Researchers say a real-world case of “monkey see, monkey do” might model the origins of human culture.
Protests continue in Hong Kong, but only glimpses of the activity make it into mainland China due to censorship.