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Feature ArticlesThe Return of the Bald Eagle
On sighting bald eagles in New York’s Hudson Valley, and the story of their long absence and eventual return.
by Craig Holdrege
New research shows that some flowers respond to the sound of bees flying nearby. Should we then say that flowers hear bees?
by Stephen L. Talbott
In living beings, structure arises from movement, not the other way around. Movement and transformation are primary. This is particularly evident in recent discoveries about the functioning of “disordered” proteins, and also in the newly highlighted importance of phase transitions in the cell.
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