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All Stories by Carolyn Wilke
Scientists have worked out the chemistry of dark chocolate’s smell and reconstructed the aroma.
By manipulating light with tiny structures, patches on peacock spiders appear superblack, helping accentuate the arachnids’ bright colors.
Viruses called phages evolved to hunt bacteria. With magnetic nanoparticles and genetic engineering, they become nanobots that work for us.