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New research suggests land-based sources are tainting coral reefs with invasive bacteria and fungi. [Read More]
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A team of NASA scientists and New Zealand researchers are using last year's 7.8 Kaikoura earthquake to improve hazard models in the nation's South Island. [Read More]
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Researchers at Brandeis University in Massachusetts are inching close to the creation of a new kind of matter -- a self-propelling liquid. [Read More]
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A record breaking brown dwarf, newly discovered by an international team of astronomers, is the most massive and 'purest' yet measured. [Read More]
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BYU researchers have developed flexible glass for use in medical devices. The technology could inspire improved lab-on-a-chip devices. [Read More]
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NASA scientists are using the latest data from the Global Precipitation Measurement mission to analyze Peru's deadly precipitation. [Read More]
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A group of astronomers have located a supermassive black hole expelled from the center of galaxy 3C186. [Read More]
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Researchers in Germany are trying to use a massive light array to generate clean energy. [Read More]
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Researchers in Scotland have figured out what happens to laser energy when a beam is fired into plasma. [Read More]
Scientists in Sweden successfully implanted 3D bioprinting human cartilage cells in an animal model. [Read More]
Scientists in Sweden successfully implanted 3D bioprinted human cartilage cells in an animal model. [Read More]
Biophysicist Daniel Perlman found he could thwart runaway wine by carving a groove just below the bottle's lip. [Read More]
Yellow fever, a viral disease transmitted by mosquitoes, is spreading through Brazil, infecting and killing both monkeys and humans. [Read More]
Ants are often thought of as pests, but new research suggests they offer a significant boost to soil health. [Read More]
Earth's combined polar sea ice extent -- the total sea ice coverage on both the planet's poles -- hit a record low in March. [Read More]
New research shows small, fledgling stars can thwart nearby planet formation, too. [Read More]
The endangered status for the rusty patched bumble bee is now official. Protections for the endangered species took effect on March 21. [Read More]
New research suggests dissolved organic substances, the waste from fish farms, are altering the ecosystems in Chilean rivers. [Read More]
Newly discovered rock art may offer a link between the Neolithic period and Ancient Egyptian culture. [Read More]
An historic streak is over. The S&P 500 closed down 1.2 percent on Tuesday after 161 days without a daily drop of more than 1... [Read More]
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