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Men and women use different navigation strategies, new research shows. Men are more likely to take short cuts, while women prefer well-known routes. [Read More]
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New research suggests pterosaurs didn't take to the air like bats, as has been previously suggested. Their hip joints couldn't accommodate such a motion. [Read More]
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Scientists have found six new dark galaxy candidates -- galaxies with few or no stars. [Read More]
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New research into the mounds of coastal Louisiana suggests mound builders selected building sites and materials to ensure structural integrity and longevity. [Read More]
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Bolivia's Madidi National Park is the world's most biodiverse protected area, according to a newly completed two-year survey of the park's plant and animals. [Read More]
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Scientists have for the first time identified the presence of several invasive flatworm species in France. [Read More]
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SpaceX will take the carpool lane to space on Tuesday. Its Falcon 9 rocket is scheduled to put a total of seven satellites into orbit. [Read More]
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The chemical CFC-11 is on the rise again, according to measurements by NOAA scientists, and threatens to undermine the continuing recovery of the ozone layer. [Read More]
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New research suggests rising temperatures are encouraging antibiotic resistance in cities across the United States. [Read More]
A new image captured by the Herschel Space Observatory showcases a massive stellar nursery located 12,000 light-years away. [Read More]
Scientists can begin to imagine what a dinosaur's genome would look like under a microscope thanks to turtles and birds. [Read More]
A newly discovered asteroid is the only permanent, foreign-born member of the solar system, the first known interstellar expat. [Read More]
TESS, NASA's next-generation planet hunter, snapped a picture of the stars as it swung within 5,000 miles of the moon on Thursday. [Read More]
Newly published maps, produced by a research team led by Yale astronomers, has revealed the Orion A molecular cloud in unprecedented detail. [Read More]
Engineers at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory are preparing to add percussion to an improvised drill method already being used by the Curiosity rover on Mars. [Read More]
Scientists have built a tiny quantum drum that both vibrates and remains still when struck by a drumstick made of light. [Read More]
A new survey of downward terrestrial gamma ray flashes suggests the rare electromagnetic phenomena is linked with cloud-to-ground lightning. [Read More]
When fed probiotics, bee colonies are more resistant to nosemosis, a fungal infection linked with colony collapse disorder. [Read More]
As previous studies have shown, many animal populations have shifted as a result of climate change. But not all species have habitats available for relocation. [Read More]
New research details a unique group of lizards in New Guinea with lime green blood. The biliverdin-filled blood should kill them, but it doesn't. [Read More]
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