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Physics Week in Review: March 21, 2015

By Jennifer Ouellette That deafening sound you heard over Wednesday and Thursday was the sound of millions of science-minded folks collectively banging their heads against their computer screens in frustration. The… — Read more on ScientificAmerican.com Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Scientific American Blog Posts

The Science of Basketball

As March Madness wraps up, here’s a guide what science says about basketball from bracket choices to injury prevention — Read more on ScientificAmerican.com Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Scientific American Content: Global

Humans and the Amazon: A 13,000-Year Coexistence

University of Exeter archaeologist Jose Iriarte talks to freelance journalist Cynthia Graber about his efforts to understand human activity in and influence on the Amazon region for the last 13… — Read more on ScientificAmerican.com Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Scientific American Content: Global

Teotihuacan’s Social Tensions Contributed to Its Fall

The decline and abandonment of the Mexican metropolis may have been hastened by infighting among different cultural and socioeconomic groups. Cynthia Graber reports — Read more on ScientificAmerican.com Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Scientific American Content: Global

Think Twice about Taking Antioxidants

The idea that free radicals cause aging and that vitamins might preserve our youth is now in doubt — Read more on ScientificAmerican.com Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Scientific American Feature Articles

Think Twice about Taking Antioxidants

The idea that free radicals cause aging and that vitamins might preserve our youth is now in doubt — Read more on ScientificAmerican.com Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Scientific American Content: Global

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