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- Wild ThingsScientists witnessed the first wild birth of a bottlenose dolphin — and an attempt at infanticide.
- FeatureTo perceive time, the brain relies on internal clocks that precisely orchestrate movement, sensing, memories and learning.
- NewsThe New Horizons spacecraft is scheduled to fly by Pluto on July 14. Check back often for frequent updates on the status of the mission, updates from mission control, and the latest images.
- FeatureGravity may explain how time always runs forward, even though the laws of physics should permit it to run backward.
- NewsGetting old happens faster for some, and the reason may be in the blood.
- Growth CurveHand, foot and mouth disease is a viral illness that most kids get before age 5. Several different viruses cause the condition, which causes blisters and fevers.
- ContextSaving science from its statistical flaws will require radical revision in its methods.
- NewsMosquitoes use their senses in sophisticated combinations and sequences to find you.
- NewsMeteorologists expect the ongoing El Niño to strengthen in the coming months and alter weather patterns worldwide, including bringing potential drought relief to California.
- NewsResearch uncovers a growing list of chemicals that end up in an e-cigarette user’s lungs, and one study finds that an e-cigarette’s vapors can increase the virulence of antibiotic-resistant bacteria.