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Light’s dual nature as both a particle and a wave has confused us all since the theory was proposed. For the first time, scientists have captured a photograph of light behaving as both a particle and a wave, using electrons to image the light.

Ever wonder why you really can’t eat just one potato chip? In this investigative journalism piece, Michael Moss explores the science behind addictive junk food, gathering research from multiple interviews, observations, and scientific studies.

If you’ve ever heard an a cappella performance (Pitch Perfect, anyone?) you’ve heard someone beatboxing. The range of sounds that the human voice can produce is truly amazing. This article explores some of the mechanisms behind the phenomenon, and how this may elucidate the processes in human communication.