Reality is more distorted than we think.
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Cancer cells seem to have a harder time growing among pair-bonded mice, according to a new study that explored the "widowhood effect."
Three cutting-edge techniques – the gene-editing tool CRISPR, fluorescent proteins and optogenetics – were all inspired by nature.
The eastern inner core located beneath Indonesia's Banda Sea is growing faster than the western side beneath Brazil.
The non-contact technique could someday be used to lift much heavier objects — maybe even humans.
Smallpox was nothing new in 1721.
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Reduction is an approach that has been successful in science but is not itself synonymous with "science."
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The Taupo volcano was responsible for one of the most violent eruptions on record.
Cross-disciplinary cooperation is needed to save civilization.
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Tiny specks of space debris can move faster than bullets and cause way more damage. Cleaning it up is imperative.
Researchers were even able store and read a 767-kilobit full-color short movie file in the fabric.
Science journals may be lowering their standards to publish studies with eye-grabbing — but probably incorrect — results.
It's time to rethink how satellites and other objects are made and eventually destroyed.
"The question is which are okay, which are not okay."
A team of scientists managed to install onto a smartphone a spectrometer that's capable of identifying specific molecules — with cheap parts you can buy online.
Reductionism offers a narrow view of the universe that fails to explain reality.