Check out the curriculum for the nation's first cannabis-focused bachelor's program.
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New research on killer whales may shine a light on the evolutionary power of menopause.
Is the way we choose which animals to protect out of date?
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A new method of measuring human exposure to the potentially toxic chemical calls into question regulatory policy.
The axolotl is known to regrow its lower jaw, its retinae, ovaries, kidneys, heart, rudimentary lungs, spinal cord, and large chunks of its brain.
Life forms on Earth are wildly varied, but scientists discover a single formula that predicts every one's life cycle.
Scientists speculate that if life were to have spontaneously developed on Earth, the first thing there would need to be are vesicles.
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A DNA study looks for the home of the earliest modern humans.
For decades, Americans sprayed the notorious pesticide DDT all over their homes and fields. But it turns out we may have known about — and ignored — a safer alternative used by the Nazi regime.
The net famously failed to work as planned last year. Now, a new version is making waves.
The FDA calls out creators of genetically tweaked hornless bulls.
Octopuses are known to rapidly change colors during sleep, but it's still unclear whether they dream like humans do.
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