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Screen grab of a decoy spider constructed out of leaves by a suspected new species of arachnid. (Credit: blog.perunature.com)

Possible New Species Of Spider Builds Larger Spider Decoys

In Peru, a Los-Angeles-based researcher and entomologist may have discovered a new species of spider that takes survival to a new level – by using immediately available resources to construct decoys of larger spiders.

12/19/2012

File photo of a Christmas tree in an aquarium. (Photo by JEWEL SAMAD/AFP/Getty Images)

Aquarium Lights Christmas Tree Using Electric Eels

Electric eels are helping to light up holiday decorations at a local aquarium.

12/05/2012

This artist's impression released 19 February, 2004 by the European Space Agency (ESA) illustrates the tremendous gravitational pull of a giant black hole (dark circle lower-R) on a passing star(R) (Photo credit: ESA/AFP/Getty Images)

Univ. Of Utah Wins $1 Million To Study Cosmic Rays

Scientists at the University of Utah have been awarded $1 million to study the high-energy cosmic rays hurtling toward Earth.

09/26/2012

Screen grab of a woman smelling a shirt at a pheromone party. (Credit: pheromoneparties.com)

Pheromone Parties: A Scientific New Way For Singles To Mingle

Summer flings are likely in full swing for many in the dating world as the year’s hottest month draws to a close. But for those still looking for love, there is hope, in the form of a new dating phenomenon – pheromone parties.

07/30/2012

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Nevada Students Selected To Attend National Science Camp

Two Nevada high school seniors will spend a month this summer learning from some of the brightest minds in the nation.

04/25/2012