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Most Interesting Science News Articles of the Week
Coffee's cancer-fighting qualities, why the rain smells so good and #DeflateGate science are just a few of the cool stories in Science this week.
LiveScience.com, Sun, 25 Jan 2015 10:08:00 GMT

Math Predicts How Climate Change Effects Plants
Caroline Farrior uses math to understand the old plants play in the global carbon cycle so scientists will be able to predict the path of climate change.
LiveScience.com, Sun, 25 Jan 2015 10:08:00 GMT

Could Deflategate Have an Innocent Science Explanation? (Op-Ed)
For New England fans, the first priority is a search for an innocent explanation.
LiveScience.com, Sun, 25 Jan 2015 10:08:00 GMT

Lucid dreams and metacognition: Awareness of thinking—awareness of dreaming
To control one's dreams and to live out there what is impossible in real life - a truly tempting idea. Some persons - so-called lucid dreamers -can do this. Researchers from the Max Planck Institute for Human Development in Berlin and the Max Planck Institute of Psychiatry in Munich have discovered that the brain area which enables self-reflection is larger in lucid dreamers. Thus, lucid dreamers are possibly also more self-reflecting when being awake.
Medical Xpress - spotlight medical and health news stories, Sun, 25 Jan 2015 09:52:15 GMT

Why all-nighters don't work: Sleep and memory go hand-in-hand
Want to ace that test tomorrow? Here's a tip: Put down the coffee and hit the sack.
Medical Xpress - spotlight medical and health news stories, Sun, 25 Jan 2015 09:52:15 GMT

Mothers don't speak so clearly to their babies
People have a distinctive way of talking to babies and small children: We speak more slowly, using a sing-song voice, and tend to use cutesy words like "tummy". While we might be inclined to think that we talk this way because it is easier for children to understand, new research published in Psychological Science suggests that, surprisingly, mothers may actually speak less clearly to their infants than they do to adults.
Medical Xpress - spotlight medical and health news stories, Sun, 25 Jan 2015 09:52:15 GMT

Eyes on Pluto for historic encounter
Nasa's mission to Pluto gets under way in earnest as the New Horizons probe starts taking the pictures needed for July's close fly-by.
BBC News - Science & Environment, Sun, 25 Jan 2015 10:08:00 GMT

Jellyfish 'can sense ocean currents'
A jellyfish tagging study reveals the creatures' ability to swim against the current when forming their submarine swarms, say researchers.
BBC News - Science & Environment, Sun, 25 Jan 2015 10:08:00 GMT

Scientists slow the speed of light
A team of Scottish scientists make light travel slower than the speed of light by changing the shape of photons.
BBC News - Science & Environment, Sun, 25 Jan 2015 10:08:00 GMT

Friends know how long you'll live, study finds
Young lovers walking down the aisle may dream of long and healthy lives together, but close friends in the wedding party may have a better sense of whether those wishes will come true, suggests new research on personality and longevity.
News -- ScienceDaily, Sun, 25 Jan 2015 10:08:00 GMT

Relationship between religion and educational attainment
Researchers have long studied and documented the influence religion has on social groups; however, few have examined the role it plays in education. A new research article examines the relationship between religion and educational attainment in the United States.
News -- ScienceDaily, Sun, 25 Jan 2015 10:08:00 GMT

The latest fashion: Graphene edges can be tailor-made
Theorists show it may be possible to tune graphene edges by varying heat and force as graphene is fractured. Edge configurations affect graphene's electronic and mechanical properties, which are important for applications.
News -- ScienceDaily, Sun, 25 Jan 2015 10:08:00 GMT

Jellyfish not just drifters, study finds
At least some jellyfish can swim strongly against a current, researchers report.
World Science, Sun, 25 Jan 2015 09:40:43 GMT

Could our galaxy be a wormhole?
It could conceivably be a shortcut through spacetime, a study concludes, though that path may or may not be navigable.
World Science, Sun, 25 Jan 2015 09:40:43 GMT

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