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The newest U.S. weather satellite has moved over the Pacific Ocean and is sending back stunning imagery despite a problem with its primary instrument... [Read More]
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What should a doctor do if a dying patient confesses to killing people decades ago? This is the question posed by a fascinating case report... [Read More]
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This post is part three of a three-part series about how Curio can help citizens recognize, appreciate, and care for the highly beneficial green spaces... [Read More]
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This post is part two of a three-part series about how Curio can help citizens recognize, appreciate, and care for the highly beneficial green spaces... [Read More]
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This post is part one of a three-part series about how Curio can help citizens recognize, appreciate, and care for the highly beneficial green spaces... [Read More]
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Looking to how our ancestors communicate gives scientists a glimpse of our own linguistic past. [Read More]
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Old train parts have been made new, thanks to the magic of 3-D printing. [Read More]
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A very curious feature has long been visible in satellite images of Greenland's ice sheet, but until now, no one really knew what was responsible... [Read More]
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Bitter taste perception is genetic, new study finds, and the bitter-sensitive tend to avoid bitter drinks with one exception: Coffee lovers love caffeine. [Read More]
The neurons activated in freshly-fed mice were also activated in mice exposed to just the sight and smell of food, signaling digestion in the liver. [Read More]
The FCC has decided to allow SpaceX to deploy over 7,000 satellites. ... [Read More]
Society increasingly accepts that gender identity exists along a spectrum. The study of people, and their remains, shows sex should be viewed the same way. [Read More]
The newfound rogue planets join an elite group of only about a dozen or so starless worlds discovered so far. [Read More]
Tens of cat mummies have been found near the Egyptian site of Saqqara, along with about 100 wooden cat statues gilded in gold. [Read More]
New research explains that ants in Florida collect the skulls and body parts of a fierce local predator, possibly as a sophisticated parasitism defense. [Read More]
The Organization for Tropical Studies (OTS) is a non-profit consortium; whose mission is to provide leadership in education, research, and responsible use of natural resources... [Read More]
North Greenland Eemian Ice Drilling - NEEM. [Read More]
When do you need a broadsword, and when would you be better off with a dagger? That's the question that faced artiodactyls, the group of... [Read More]
A large-scale analysis comparing Neanderthal and Homo sapiens skulls found similar trauma rates, suggesting similar lifestyles among the two species. [Read More]
The desert is our best analogue to Mars, and the discovery has implications for possible life there. [Read More]
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