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Mirror Neurons

Mirror Neurons - Jan. 2005
A recently discovered system in the brain may help explain why we humans can get so worked up watching other people.

Hurricanes

Hurricanes - Jan. 2005
Predicting a hurricane's intensity is notoriously difficult, but new tools may make it easier.

Profile: James McLurkin

Profile: James McLurkin - Jan. 2005
James McLurkin of MIT is one of the world's leading designers of robot "swarms"—groups of robots that work together for a greater purpose.

Booming Sands

Booming Sands - Jan. 2005
Scientists look into a generations-old conundrum: how and why do certain sand dunes produce mysterious noises?

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