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Bernoulli’s equation is key to understanding why curveballs curve.

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Would developing Star Wars technologies actually require breaking any laws of physics? Surprisingly, the answer is often no.

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Many people suffer from chemophobia: the (irrational) fear of chemicals. They will try to avoid anything that contains chemicals and look for products labeled as “chemical free”.

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Scientists are developing new ways to charge electronic devices without any need for a cord. Instead, you may soon be able to charge your gadgets using the power of sound waves.

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Born in 1843, Robert Koch was a German doctor whose groundbreaking contributions revolutionized microbiology. Even today, his discoveries continue to save lives.

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Just like humans, who can be infected by viruses through sexual contact, bacteria are vulnerable to viral infection during conjugation, a process that is sometimes called “bacterial sex”.

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Scientists have begun to find links between diabetes and Alzheimer’s disease. The fact that both diseases are so common means there will be lots of opportunities for research.

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Ever get a song stuck in your head? Scientists don’t know exactly why earworms happen.

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Who knew an otherwise helpful molecule could do so much damage when it’s in the wrong place!

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Changes in teens' brains make them capable of deep and complex emotions over which they may have little control.

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