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2:57pm, March 9, 2012

Plants use adhesion and bubbles to spread spores. See “Plants’ reproductive weaponry unfurled.”

Sharp scales (shown) help propel sharks. See “Shark’s skin adds forward boost.”

The sugar in corn syrup may be a concern for diabetics. Read “Taste of fructose revs up metabolism.”

Measurements of the W boson hint at the mass of its more famous cousin. See “Higgs running out of hiding places.”

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