"The previous cooling materials have been rigid and tough, which makes them unforgiving for athletes, occupational workers, soldiers, and so much more."
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5G wireless networks will improve phone service and make communications a whole lot faster. But 5G could also screw up weather forecasts, researchers say.
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Creating colloidal diamonds, a long-awaited photonic technique, could change the development and use of optical technologies over the next decade.
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Having a "sexy mindset" can make potential partners seem more attractive and reduce fears of rejection, researchers report.
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Bonobos eat a previously unknown truffle that's covered in tiny crystals.
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In a surprising brain-body connection, immune cells make a molecule called il-17 that may be vital for normal brain function, a study with mice shows.
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Evidence of hot springs near sites where ancient hominids settled long before the control of fire suggests early humans may have used them for cooking.
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After mating, some male butterflies seal their mate's genitalia. But females have evolved ways of fighting back or getting around the "mating plug."
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