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A Spider's Silky Strength 07/02/2010

A Spider's Silky Strength

Legend has it that a Chinese princess discovered silk while drinking tea under a mulberry tree. A silkworm cocoon fell into her cup, and when she grabbed the bundle, it unwound into a single strand of silk. For thousands of years, the Chinese kept the pro


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A New Basketball Gets Slick 07/02/2010

A New Basketball Gets Slick

Basketball players need more than strength, speed, and skills to be on top of their game. Technology, too, can make the difference between a slam dunk and a stolen ball.

Now, technology and basketball seem to have collided, and some players are calling f


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A Framework for Growing Bone 07/02/2010

A Framework for Growing Bone

If you've ever broken a bone, you know what a pain the healing process can be. You may end up wearing a cast for weeks, aching and itching as you wait for the fractured bone to get better.

In cases of severe bone damage, surgeons sometimes take bone from


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A Diamond Polish for Ancient Tools 07/02/2010

A Diamond Polish for Ancient Tools

Everyone knows that diamonds are special. Besides their glamorous beauty and special meaning, they're also the hardest minerals on Earth.

A new study suggests that even people in ancient China appreciated the wonders of diamonds. Some 6,000 years ago, pe


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A Butterfly's Electric Glow 07/02/2010

A Butterfly's Electric Glow

The blue-green streaks of a swallowtail butterfly's wings are more than just beautiful. They're also a lesson in physics. Swallowtails that belong to a group called Princeps nireus actually have fluorescent wings. This means that when the wings absorb a s


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Revving Up Green Machines 07/02/2010

Revving Up Green Machines

People love their "zoom, zoom." In the United States alone, 17 million new cars hit the road in 2004.

But the freedom to travel anywhere, anytime in a car or truck comes at a price. And it's not just the cost of gasoline, insurance, and repairs. Automobi


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When frog gender flips 07/02/2010

When frog gender flips

Several months ago, a California college student working at a university laboratory checked up on a group of frogs and saw some unusual behavior. Some of the frogs were acting like females — which was unusual, since at the beginning of the experiment all


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Unscrambling a Gem of a Mystery 07/02/2010

Unscrambling a Gem of a Mystery

Hidden inside every shiny green emerald is a geographical mystery.

Once an emerald is plucked from a mine in its home country and turned into a piece of jewelry, it can be nearly impossible to figure out where the gem came from in the first place. Now, r


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Undercover Detectives 07/02/2010

Undercover Detectives

It sounds like the beginning of a mystery movie: Last month, researchers traveled to the French countryside in search of hidden works of art.

But this is no Hollywood blockbuster—at least not yet. It's a real-life mystery being tackled by a team of engin


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These gems make their own way 07/02/2010

These gems make their own way

Tom Chatham’s desk is littered with gemstones. Rubies, sapphires, and emeralds are scattered like pieces of candy. Some of them are as big as golf balls.

We’re sitting on the seventh floor of a building in downtown San Francisco, upstairs from the famous


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