- Sep 29, 2013View Source
* Could changes to your chromosomes make you
Chronic aggression in some boys from poorer families
may stem from "epigenetic" changes in early life,
* "Maternal instincts" seen in group of colorful
A group of related, colorful beetles in the thick
foliage of tropical forests shows signs of maternal
instincts and active care, scientists say.
* Nanotube computer could revolutionize
electronics, researchers say:
Engineers have made a basic computer using carbon
nanotubes, a pasta-like material they hope will
replace the less efficient silicon.
* Playing with blocks may boost math skills:
An old playroom standby may help kids develop skills
that support learning in science and related fields,
* Our "home" black hole's last big blast dated
to 2 million years ago:
A sleeping "volcano" lies at the heart of our
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