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Which Profile to Click On?

Which Profile to Click On?
People in a bad mood tended to click on the profiles of people rated as less attractive and successful, based on the number of hearts and dollar signs shown.

Contact: Silvia Knobloch-Westerwick
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Ohio State University

Parasitic Mirror Turtle Ant

Parasitic Mirror Turtle Ant
The parasitic mirror turtle ant (right) mimics the raised body posture of the host (left) in order to trick the host into thinking the parasite is one of its own.

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George Washington University

Iridescent Giant Clam

Iridescent Giant Clam
Researchers from the University of Pennsylvania and the University of California, Santa Barbara, have now shown how giant clams use iridescent structures to thrive, operating as exceedingly efficient...

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University of Pennsylvania

Iridocytes in Detail

Iridocytes in Detail
Researchers from the University of Pennsylvania and the University of California, Santa Barbara, have now shown how giant clams use iridescent structures to thrive, operating as exceedingly efficient...

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Summary of Newly Reviewed Substances

Summary of Newly Reviewed Substances
This image shows a summary of newly reviewed substances.

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Big Friends Lead to Big Appetites

Big Friends Lead to Big Appetites
'Look up the menu beforehand and select a meal that suits your dietary goals. Or, if you're going to a buffet, pre-commit to selecting modest portions of healthy foods and with that goal in mind, ...

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Grapes

Grapes
As the grapes ripen, more and more aroma compounds accumulate in their skin.

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Walk-Up
The model city neighborhood features a prefabricated, four-story walk-up apartment building created largely from post-consumer materials. The first such building, with 32 apartments, was recently ...

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Smart Urban Neighborhood

Smart Urban Neighborhood
Malaysian innovators have created blueprints for an urban community counterpart with affordable homes and sustainable jobs, their aim to solve squalid slums.

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Community Hall and Shops

Community Hall and Shops
The 5-acre urban site provides affordable accommodation with educational and community facilities and incorporates innovative employment opportunities and food security through aquaculture and state-...

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