15 million Aztecs were probably killed by a form of salmonella the Spanish brought from Europe.
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Despite his famous successes, Einstein also had some failures.
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Meteorites could be sowing life throughout the galaxy.
There is more than one type of bilingualism.
New research from MIT is shedding light on how our brain forms and recalls memories.
The Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons issued a statement to remind its members of their fundamental obligation to science-based medicine and animal welfare.
New studies support the benefits of the Mediterrean Diet.
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A top-secret government airline that flies to locations like Area 51 is put in a spotlight by a recent ad and an unexpected connection to the Las Vegas shooting.
A new study highlights how blockchain technology can be a game-changer in education.
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How much genetic diversity is actually needed to keep a population healthy?
Given the premium placed on slender, lightweight mobile technology, the removal of speakers could free up space inside Google devices. No speakers necessary.
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Comprehensive new study of economic history paints a frightening future.
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Bell Helicopter has just premiered its electric, self-piloting air taxi design at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas.