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  • Scientists in Antarctica have discovered neutrinos with energies much higher than neutrinos that originate in our Solar System, according to a new report in Science . The researchers hope that these tiny, massless particles could tell us something about cosmic rays, the origins of which have long...
  • Sperm competition between brothers and female choice. | Cedric Kai Wei Tan , Vimeo To express his Ph.D. thesis entitled "Sperm competition between brothers and female choice" in dance form, Cedric Tan placed his performers in a variety of settings, including a swimming pool, a lake, and a giant,...
  • Supporting graphics and signage for the event were developed by Stuart Greenwell and David Tompkins of AAAS-Science. President Barack Obama, looking at a child's basketball shot For the first time in at least 30 years, AAAS was asked to contribute a science-focused activity in support of the annual...
  • Updating the results of an experiment first reported in Science two years ago, researchers say that the positive effects from psychological interventions administered then are still being experienced today. The findings of this long-term study demonstrate how early and subtle self-affirmation...
  • Science has been named one of the top 100 journals that have led the way in and biology and medicine over the last century by the Biomedical and Life Sciences Division of the Special Libraries Association (SLA). Science is published by AAAS, the nonprofit science society. The top 100 list is the...
  • Cao Jianlin Thirty years ago, as U.S. President Jimmy Carter and Chinese Vice Premier Deng Xiaoping moved to normalize relations by signing a bi-lateral science and technology agreement, few could have foreseen the impact: S&T cooperation has become a pillar in a complex and important...