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Bat Killer Culprit Can’t Hide from Science

In case you haven’t noticed – and unless you’re a fanatic spelunker or wildlife viewer there’s a good chance that you haven’t – the bats of North America are all dying. Beginning just five years ago, an odd illness was … Continue reading

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Fast Friday Four (May 27)

Getting Bacteria to De-collaborate Nobody has ever been injured by a single bacterium. Alone, a single-celled organism can’t do much of anything to a human body composed of billions of cells. By itself, it is harmless; but in troves, they … Continue reading

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