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  • University of Washington biochemist David Baker at the 2015 AAAS Annual Meeting.| Atlantic Photography Boston SAN JOSE, California — Like a molecular mechanic, David Baker has been tinkering under the hood of proteins for years to figure out how they work. So maybe it's only natural that his next...
  • Medical marijuana researchers have discovered several compounds in the drug that could have therapeutic value. | Dank Depot / CC By 2.0 SAN JOSE, California — Humans have been using cannabis to relieve pain for about 5,000 years but robust, federally-approved research on marijuana's therapeutic...
  • Family Science Days at the 2015 AAAS Annual Meeting | AAAS/Carla Schaffer SAN JOSE, California — A preserved giant squid, a real NASA space suit, and make-your-own rockets were some of the top draws at for the youngsters and their families that came to Family Science Day s at the AAAS Annual...
  • Mounting evidence suggests small earthquakes in Oklahoma, Texas, and Arkansas are linked to fossil fuel extraction | Bread for the World / CC BY 2.0 SAN JOSE, California — On Friday, two earthquakes greater than magnitude 2.5 rattled Oklahoma. The day before that it was five, the day before that...
  • E-cigarettes have only been on the market for about a decade, so scientists know little about their long-term effects. | Smoke-Fall by Sodanie Chea / CC BY 2.0 SAN JOSE, California — Science has firmly labeled tobacco products hazardous to human health, but the consequences of using e-cigarettes...
  • SAN JOSE, California — Improved imaging techniques are helping scientists spot brain injuries in the womb and map out the borderland between aging and Alzheimer's disease, researchers reported at the 2015 AAAS Annual Meeting . Functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) and techniques like...
  • Stanford computer scientist and Coursera co-founder Daphne Koller at the 2015 AAAS Annual Meeting | Atlantic Photography Boston SAN JOSE, California — Online learning is already bringing significant changes to education, but its biggest impact might be on the careers of people all over the globe,...
  • SAN JOSE, California — Until recently, when preparing to operate on patients' faces or heads, surgeons had to imagine how 2-D CAT scans stacked together to create 3-D skulls. Now, with 3-D imaging software, there's no imagination required, and that technology can help with everything from planning...