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  1. Bored with your video game? Artificial intelligence could create new levels on the fly

    Bored with your video game? Artificial intelligence could create new levels on the fly
  2. Astronomers measure the mass of a star—thanks to an old tip from Einstein

    Astronomers measure the mass of a star—thanks to an old tip from Einstein
  3. Armed with tough computer chips, it's time to return to the hell of Venus

    Armed with tough computer chips, it's time to return to the hell of Venus
  4. Are science balloons better than science satellites?

    Are science balloons better than science satellites?
  5. Ants treat comrades injured on the field of battle

    Ants treat comrades injured on the field of battle
  6. Ants rescue injured comrades from termite battles

    Ants rescue injured comrades from termite battles
  7. Everything you ever wanted to know about perovskite

    Everything you ever wanted to know about perovskite
  8. Spider genes put a new spin on arachnids’ potent venoms, stunning silks, and surprising history

    Spider genes put a new spin on arachnids’ potent venoms, stunning silks, and surprising history
  9. Corals can still grow their ‘bones’ in acid waters

    Corals can still grow their ‘bones’ in acid waters
  10. This new material heals—not cracks—under pressure

    This new material heals—not cracks—under pressure
  11. Daytime wounds heal more quickly than those suffered at night

    Daytime wounds heal more quickly than those suffered at night
  12. Yuck! How birds share knowledge of disgusting foods—and help insects evolve

    Yuck! How birds share knowledge of disgusting foods—and help insects evolve
  13. Music ‘universals’ emerge in telephone game experiment

    Music ‘universals’ emerge in telephone game experiment