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bike happy

When the rubber meets the road, people are happiest pedaling.

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help for the overheated bull

In summer, a stealthy fungus can sideline the sire.

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Solar energy’s game changer

Is solar energy a sidetrack or a solid bet for our energy future? For Rajendra Singh, the answer seems obvious.

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Brain trust

Many female athletes won’t risk reporting concussions if they can’t count on support from their coaches and teams.

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Tidy bees are healthy bees

As premier pollinators, honeybees help feed the world. But something is eating them.

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Traveling through time

Channeling a childhood love of dinosaurs, Richard Blob analyzes the movements of living animals to understand shifts in evolution and their consequences in the present.

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Power Up

Getting serious about wind energy on a commercial scale means amping up the performance of turbines and other power-generating equipment.

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Checking the vitals of a river

Hundreds of sensors along the 312-mile Savannah River will collect and transmit real-time data about water quality and quantity to scientists in a wide-ranging study of river ecology.

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Punching out impairment

After a stroke, the name of the game is rehabilitation. But for many stroke survivors, the routines of rehab may soon include a new kind of game: Duck Duck Punch.

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Treasures of ecology

For the first time, the ecological history of the Carolinas and Georgia is virtually an open book.

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