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The children of very young and very old fathers were most affected.
Achieving liquid light at room temperature will boost research into quantum hydrodynamics.
It could be on the market in about five years.
This is the first vision test of a fetus from inside the womb.
Participants receiving brain stimulation were more likely to solve difficult problems creatively.
Staring into another person’s eyes for 4 minutes increases intimacy. Now we know which genes might play a role.
This theory may square differing calculations in the universe’s expansion rate.
The study had some interesting findings for the adult children of separated parents who were civil.
This is the first successful DNA sequencing on ancient Egyptian mummies, ever.
This was the first direct measurement of gravitational waves ever, as predicted by Einstein.