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One glass blower found his inspiration in microbiology, more specifically, killer viruses.
Now you can get a flu vaccine without getting a shot. Instead, you can get the flu mist. Like nasal spray, but you get weakened flu viruses up your nose.
If you're a germaphobe this may ruin your vacation plans. Find out what kind of germs are living in your hotel room.
Are you familiar with phishing? It could just be an annoying prank, but it is usually something more dangerous.
Do you know the correct nose-blowing technique? Is there a correct way, and what is the difference? Learn more on this Moment of Science.
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Computer scientists are investigating mimicking nature in an effort to make it harder to hack into computers and networks. Learn how on this Moment of Science.
What we call “the flu bug” is really many different viruses. There are two main families: A and B, and both have many individual members, like Influenza A-Moscow, Influenza A-Panama and Influenza B-Sichuan.