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The olfactory fingerprint of the person in the middle remains consistent, even after 30 days (right), but is very different from that of another person (left)

Weizmann Institute Scientists develop an “olfactory fingerprint” test that may do more than just identify individuals

Illustration of Saturn

A new mathematical formula can reveal how fast a planet is rotating

Measuring the response to novelty: A mouse repeatedly touches the object and pulls away (nose and whisker contacts are color-coded; d is the distance of the snout from the object)
A mathematical model shows how our brains may take in novelty
RiboSNitches: these RNA segments in the mother and father have slightly different sequences, but very different folding patterns

Folds in the RNA strands called RiboSNitches may affect protein function 

The movements of mice dyed in different fluorescent colors are tracked in the darkened enclosure

Mice living together exhibited a social structure based on multiple-level interactions

Drs. Yotam Drier (left) and Gad Getz at the Broad Institute

A unique collaboration is helping map out the genetics of cancer

Mover event detected in the red cell: Motion (left) flows into the cell, (middle) stays briefly in the cell, and (right) leaves the cell, changing its appearance. Warmer colors indicate faster motion

A computer program reveals how babies begin to make sense of the world