Being Suicidal: What It Feels Like to Want to Kill Yourself | Bering in Mind, Scientific American Blog Network

Think Twice: How the Gut's "Second Brain" Influences Mood and Well-Being - Scientific American

"Grandparenting" in Moderation Might Help Keep the Mind Sharp - Scientific American

Scientists Discover Children’s Cells Living in Mothers’ Brains - Scientific American

Is there any evidence that microwaving food alters its composition or has any detrimental effects on humans or animals?

Major Earthquake in Western Iran Leaves 60 Injured - The state news agency IRNA said the quake was magnitude while the U. Geological Survey (USGS) put it at Water, electricity, and telephone lines in Abdanan have been cut

Sixteen-year-old Elif Bilgin spent two years developing a bioplastic from banana peels. She hopes the non-decaying plastic will help replace the need for petroleum-based plastic and combat pollution. Bilgin won the Scientific American Science in Action competition and is a finalist in the Google Science Fair.

Sixteen-Year-Old Student Turns Banana Peels Into Bioplastic

Sixteen-year-old Elif Bilgin spent two years developing a bioplastic from banana peels. She hopes the non-decaying plastic will help replace the need for.

Drink Up: Taking the Salt out of Seawater - Scientific American

Dark Matter Dominates Just-Discovered Galaxies - Scientific American

Mythbusting 101: Organic Farming > Conventional Agriculture - Science Sushi - Scientific American Blog Network

Scientists Discover Children’s Cells Living in Mothers’ Brains - Scientific American

Scientists Discover Children’s Cells Living in Mothers’ Brains: Scientific American

Scientists Discover Children’s Cells Living in Mothers’ Brains

Genetics vs. Epigenetics [Illustration by AXS Biomedical Animation Studio, for "Hidden Switches in the Mind," by Eric Nestler, Scientific American, December 2011]

A nice visual: Genetics vs. Epigenetics [Illustration by AXS Biomedical Animation Studio, for "Hidden Switches in the Mind," by Eric Nestler, Scientific American, December

Biology in the Big Apple: Surveying the Wildlife of Central Park | Guest Blog, Scientific American Blog Network

Gravitational-Wave Detectors Get Ready to Hunt for the Big Bang: Scientific American

The Problem of Artificial Willpower--Sometimes lacking motivation in life is symptomatic of a deeper problem: a bad career choice, a university major that does not interest you, or a lifestyle that does not suit you. In these cases, lacking motivation might signal an alienation from your life’s meaning – a sense of incongruity between your self and what you are doing with your life. Treating that alienation with a motivation enhancer, rather than re-evaluating the course of your life, seems…

Why People Oppose GMOs Even Though Science Says They Are Safe - Scientific American,August

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