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Cyan color hidden ingredient in sleep
The color cyan — between green and blue — is a hidden factor in encouraging or preventing sleep, according to biologists.
Study identifies more than a hundred new genes that determine hair color
A team of scientists — led by academics from King's College London and Erasmus McMaster )MC( University Medical Center Rotterdam — have discovered 124 genes that play a major role in determining human hair color variation.
Rainbow spider's iridescence could inspire color technology advances
Scientists have identified the unique microstructures that lend Australian peacock spiders their bedazzling iridescence.
Scientists spot genes behind skin color
Humans come in a range of colors and new research is getting a step closer to how that happens.
Scientists spot genes behind skin color
Humans come in a range of colors and new research is getting a step closer to how that happens.
A self-healing structural color hydrogel inspired by nature
A team of researchers at Southeast University in China has developed a self-healing structural hydrogel with a wide variety of applications.
Teacher racial bias matters more for students of color
English and math teachers underestimate the academic abilities of students of color, which in turn has an impact on students' grades and academic expectations, finds a new study by NYU's Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development.
US school students prefer teachers of color
American school kids prefer teachers of color, a new study showed.
'Red gene' in birds suggests dinosaurs had bird-like color vision
Earlier this year, scientists used zebra finches to pinpoint the gene that enables birds to produce and display the color red.
Color vision helps chickens find food, mates
New research confirms the ability of chickens to see in constant color.
Iran's 'The Other Color' to make SAFILM multihued
San Antonio Film Festival will screen Iranian animated movie 'The Other Color' on June 16.
Americans' bias toward adopting children of color
As America continues to adopt more children internationally than any other country, hundreds of thousands of children in the US ― most of whom are children of color — sit in foster care awaiting adoption. Though some Americans express a desire to adopt non-white children, even they have limitations when it comes to adopting children of certain races, especially African Americans, according to a new study.
No color restriction on women's dress
From the aesthetic point of view, there is no color restriction for women's dress, said vice president for women and family affairs.

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