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3-D videos show how plant roots navigate

New 3-D videos showing how plant roots navigate their environment could help to improve crop growth in areas with difficult soil conditions.Full story

Does High-Frequency Trading Make More Efficient Markets?

  CNBC's Rick Santelli talks with Maureen O'Hara, Cornell University, about whether high-frequency trading helps make markets more efficient.

Stinking corpse flower alive and well on Web

A rare — and stinky — corpse flower is blooming now at Cornell University, and those who are curious can watch, though sadly (or maybe happily) not smell, the spectacle on a live Web stream. Full story

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