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Scientists Revive Human Retinas after Death

The Scientists Revive Human Retinas after Death

Restoring eye tissue postmortem could pave the way for reviving other types of brain tissue.

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Ocean Discoveries Are Revising Long-Held Truths about Life

Ocean Discoveries Are Revising Long-Held Truths about Life

New findings show that the ocean is much more intertwined with our lives than we ever imagined.

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   How Florence Nightingale Changed Data Visualization Forever

How Florence Nightingale Changed Data Visualization Forever

The celebrated nurse improved public health through her groundbreaking use of graphic storytelling.

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See Delicate Rib Vortices Encircle Breaking Ocean Waves

See Delicate Rib Vortices Encircle Breaking Ocean Waves

These little-studied mini twisters form beautiful loops under the water’s surface.

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Common Fungicide Kills Bee's Sex Appeal

Common Fungicide Kills Bee’s Sex Appeal

The chemical makes male mason bees lose their groove—and smell bad.

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Scientific American August Issue

Scientific American August Issue

Discoveries from the Deep Sea

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