Here are some of the most interesting science news articles I've read this week:
Researchers can predict terrorist behavior with more than 90 percent accuracy
To understand others' minds, "being" them beats reading them
(I think in this case, reading a story about them might be considered "being" them.)
Nanoengineers 3D print biomimetic blood vessel networks
Break the two-hour marathon record? It could be done today
More intense and frequent severe rainstorms likely. No drop-off expected.
Probiotic found in yogurt can reverse depression symptoms, UVA finds
Reusable sponge soaks up oil, could revolutionize spill cleanup
PTSD risk can be predicted by hormone levels prior to deployment
Dental plaque DNA shows Neandertals used "aspirin"
A new era for physics? With creation of new form of matter,a time crystal, it just might be
Chemical used to detect Alzheimer's extends roundworm lifespan
Researchers find neurological link between religious experiences and epilepsy