Why a growing number of women with breast cancer are choosing double mastectomy
Track authorities move to again bar women with naturally high testosterone from competing
Tests for Lyme disease miss many early cases — but a new approach could help
Astronauts need nutrition on longer space flights. One potential source? Their urine
Freeze-dried placenta pills likely caused this newborn’s dangerous bacterial infection 
Accidental effect of fewer Pap screenings: more cases of undiagnosed chlamydia
51 percent of opioid prescriptions go to people with depression and other mood disorders
Flesh-eating bacteria: 5 things to know after a hiker’s almost-fatal infection
Newer method of open-heart surgery carries more risks, study finds
Blood markers of chronic fatigue syndrome could pave the way to a diagnostic test
Low-calorie sweeteners don’t help with weight loss — and may lead to gained pounds
Bacteria harnessed to provide oxygen to the heart during a heart attack
With acid attacks on rise in London, emergency physicians call for public awareness
The gap between black and white infant mortality is creeping up again, leaving researchers puzzled
Lisa Wong: Conducting an ensemble of music, medicine, and education
Plumbing the mystery of how antidepressants work, scientists peer into specialized neurons
Robert Califf: ‘The clinical trials enterprise has gone awry’
Boston University Research
Counting Protests
Birds of a Feather
Solar Eclipse, Scientific Opportunity
Helping Moms Cope
Winds of Change
A Sea of Green
Scientific American
Grandma’s Little Robot
Pregnancy Causes Lasting Changes in a Woman’s Brain
Chimps May Be Capable of Comprehending the Minds of Others
Slo-mo Made Him Do It
Human Brain Map Gets a Bold New Update
A New Theory for Why Killer Whales Go Through Menopause
The Beauty of “Mini Brains”
Drunk Mice Get the Munchies
Psychiatrists Debate Weighing in on Trump’s Mental Health
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Rats Enjoy Being Tickled-When They’re in the Right Mood
Make Earth Great Again!—Here’s How
We Remember Faces Better as Adults
Time to Fold, Humans: Poker-Playing AI Beats Pros at Texas Hold’em
Scientists “Switch Off” Self-Control Using Brain Stimulation
Super Bowl Psychology: Why Athletes Choke-and How to Avoid It
Don’t Forget: You, Too, Can Acquire a Super Memory
Ho-Ho-Horrible: Why We’re So Bad at Giving Good Gifts
Who’s Top Monkey? Social Status Affects Immune Health
Elite Soccer Refs Have Eagle-Eye Ability for Spotting Foul Play
New Experiences Speed Up Brain Development in Mice
New Test Spots Human Form of Mad Cow Disease with 100 Percent Accuracy
Men With Happier Childhoods Have Stronger Relationships in Old Age
World’s First “Cybathlon” Pits High-Tech Prosthetics against One Another
Q&A: The Problems with Poor Ballot Design
Massive U.K. Brain-Mapping Project Releases First Results
Can You Hear Me Now? Detecting Hidden Hearing Loss in Young People
Daring Apollo 8 Astronauts, Rediscovering a Forgotten Math Genius and Other New Science Books
Google Science Fair: Teen Wins Big for a Homemade Polymer
Hakai Magazine
A Mysterious Illness is on the Move
Wellesley Magazine
Cassini and Wellesley’s Accidental Space Explorers
Sierra Magazine
I Used to Judge Citizen Scientists. Now I Am One.
MIT Technology Review
Improving Global Food Security with a Device That Sweats
You Can Get a 3-D-Printed Cast for a Broken Bone
Why Range Anxiety for Electric Cars Is Overblown
Can a Social-Media Algorithm Predict a Terror Attack?
Underwater Microscope Uncovers the Secret Lives of Coral Reefs in Danger
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Bose Grants for 2017 reward bold and unconventional research visions
Your Microbiome as a Baby May Influence Your Intestinal Health Today
3D Woven Synthetic Cartilage Could Help Your Knees Replace Themselves
Open-Ocean Fish Achieve Camouflage With Rotating Crystals Embedded In Their Skin
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Benefiting Human Health Through Engineering
From Engineer to Urban Planner
Targeting Genes by the Thousands
An Economist Delves into Charter Schools
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Harnessing the Power of Citizens
Using Engineering Savvy to Improve Product Designs
Surrounded by Questions
MIT Senior Takes on Double Major in Brain and Cognitive Sciences Plus Theater Arts
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In Search of a Major She Loves
Senior Camilo Ruiz Engineers Solutions 
Sand, Sand Everywhere
Helping Others in Daily Doses
Combining Curiosity with a Desire to Help
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Larissa Senatus Learns About the World by Doing
Determined to Make a Change
Computer Science and Engineering Major Helps People While Having Fun
Tackling Cancer Research from Multiple Perspectives
A Hands-On Approach to Art, Math, and Community
Diagnostic odyssey; breaking through; leading role
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Network television; facing forward; warm welcome
Behavior boost; double data; common interests
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Funding free fall; mending mutations; film focus
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Step Right Up to See the Incredible, Unbelievable Neutron Star
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