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A weird GIF highlights the magic of ferrofluids. [Read More]
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Five minutes should be enough. [Read More]
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A new 3D-printing technique can create tissues as soft as a human's squishy brain or spongy lungs — something that has not been possible before. [Read More]
It's been perhaps the weirdest week of news and mysteries in the history of private spaceflight. And it's ending in a swirl of confusion, silence,... [Read More]
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Researchers just caught five viper dogfish off the coast of Taiwan, a real surprise because the species is so elusive. [Read More]
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When you have the flu, one choice looms large in front of your feverish eyes: Should you drag your aching body out in the cold... [Read More]
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A new paper offers the most complete model yet of how a hurricane gets its eye. [Read More]
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A "raw" diet for pets carries risks of exposure to parasites and bacteria. [Read More]
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The newfound sheets are buried by just a few feet of Martian dirt in some places, meaning it might be accessible to future crewed missions. [Read More]
Women have a longer life expectancy than men do under normal circumstances, and now a new study from Denmark and Germany reveals that women also... [Read More]
Tennis star Serena Williams has revealed that she experienced potentially life-threatening blood clots after giving birth to her daughter last year. [Read More]
Ready to get weird? Here are some of the strangest stories on Live Science this week. [Read More]
More than 1,700 years ago, ancient farmers in China transformed one of Earth's driest deserts into farmland, possibly by using ancient knowledge of irrigation passed... [Read More]
This dirt-dispersing robot-baby torso will crawl out of the lab and into your nightmares. [Read More]
Teens are deliberately eating laundry pods as part of a new online fad called the Tide Pod Challenge. [Read More]
Why does this drop of liquid look like a spinning galaxy? It's complicated. [Read More]
Cahokia was one of the largest cities in the world hundreds of years before Columbus. But by 1400 A.D., it had been abandoned. [Read More]
It came from outer space, but otherwise the origin of the Hypatia stone remains a total mystery. [Read More]
These killer spiders look like birds and strike like ninjas. New research suggests there's way more of them than scientists thought. [Read More]
Most anthropologists believe that witch labeling has evolved to get people to conform. But new research suggests an alternative explanation. [Read More]
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