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A team from Stanford University has identified skeletal stem cells in humans. The find might one day help scientists regrow broken bones and cartilage. [Read More]
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Neanderthals had bigger brains than people today, but size isn't all that matters. [Read More]
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Despite myriad threats, two Kurdish scientists are fighting to create a peace park in the heart of the Middle East. [Read More]
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Perhaps we're wrong about some fundamental property of physics - like gravity. Or maybe experiments will confirm dark matter tomorrow. ... [Read More]
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Astronomers just discovered an unusual heat signature around an isolated neutron star for the first time, and they're not sure what's causing it. [Read More]
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Drug overdoses kill close to 200 people everyday in the United States. And while opioids are a major contributor to those deaths today, a new... [Read More]
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Scientists calculate how much gravitational force humans could live under, in preparation for colonizing other worlds. [Read More]
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Praying mantis? More like fishing mantis. [Read More]
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Researchers learn that we share when those around us are sharing, thanks to insights learned from the Hadza, a group of modern hunter-gatherers in Tanzania. [Read More]
Researchers have identified a key brain area associated with high-risk behavior, thanks to two monkeys they trained to play a gambling game. [Read More]
A glider equipped with a machine learning algorithm learns to ride the wind. [Read More]
A new study of stars in the Milky Way reveals evidence of a cosmic near miss collision with a smaller galaxy sometime in the last... [Read More]
The Crab Nebula is a triumph of the most cooperative of science teams, one stretching across millennia and nations. [Read More]
Two steppe tortoises made the first successful flight around the moon. The shelled cosmonauts returned safely to Earth, proving life could survive the voyage. [Read More]
The strain of life can stretch our well-being to the breaking point. Here's what scientists know, and still don't know, about the stress-illness connection. [Read More]
Citizen science can be an excellent way to engage learners in the process of science and to address the Practices as outlined in the Next Generation Science... [Read More]
The future of space exploration may rest in the hands of a group of Los Alamos National Laboratory researchers. They've built the first of a... [Read More]
A fun new paper looks at the changing landscape of neuroimaging research through an analysis of the journals Neuroimage and PNAS. The article comes from... [Read More]
Climate change, habitat loss and exploitation from the commercial pet industry have decimated global turtle populations... [Read More]
Researchers use machine learning and radar to forecast day-by-day bird migration patterns, an important tool for conservation efforts. [Read More]
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