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New seismic attenuation data -- the measure of lost seismic energy -- has offered fresh insights into the nature of the mid-ocean ridge system. [Read More]
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The launch date of Psyche, one of NASA's two newest Discovery Program missions, has been moved forward a year to take advantage of a more... [Read More]
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New analysis of LIGO data suggests Goldilocks black holes are exceptionally rare. [Read More]
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A new study of young birds' migration from Europe to Africa showed the final destination of each juvenile was dependent on wind conditions. [Read More]
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Researchers in Germany have run some of the largest-ever galaxy simulations using models they hope will reveal new details about the Milky Way's evolution. [Read More]
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Scientists have observed snakes hunting in groups for the first time. Researchers found Cuban boas coordinate bat hunts. [Read More]
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Worker ants don't typically lay eggs. But for the yellow crazy ant, worker-laid eggs are the secret sauce that keeps the colony working on overdrive. [Read More]
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Scientists argue a food's nutritional value isn't simply the sum of its nutritional parts. The health qualities of food must be evaluated holistically. [Read More]
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According to a new study, a popular artificial sweetener could double as a pesticide and birth control for insects. [Read More]
New research suggests LIGO and similar gravitational wave detectors can "hear" gravitational waves that scientists previously believed were invisible. [Read More]
NASA astronauts Peggy Whitson and Jack Fischer are preparing for an emergency spacewalk to replace a fried data relay box. [Read More]
Paleontologists have discovered a rare dinosaur tooth in Mississippi, proof that horned dinosaurs roamed eastern North America some 66 million years ago. [Read More]
NASA astronauts Peggy Whitson and Jack Fischer are preparing for an emergency spacewalk to replace a fried data relay box. [Read More]
The earliest human-chimp ancestor -- the first pre-human species -- originated in the Mediterranean, not Africa, say researchers at the University of Toronto. [Read More]
How does bacteria sense the world around them? New research suggests one of bacteria's sensory mechanisms operates like an olfactory system. [Read More]
New research shows whales, seals and dolphins followed similar evolutionary patterns during their journey from land to sea. [Read More]
A new computer model predicts the possibility of naked singularities in four-dimensional space, challenging Einstein's general theory of relativity. [Read More]
Cooking can diminish the nutritional qualities of vegetables. But some methods can preserve healthy contents better than others. [Read More]
By plotting supermassive black holes from the distant universe, researchers have revealed the large-scale of the distant universe. [Read More]
Researchers in Norway have linked ancient ash recovered from the bottom of an Arctic lake to a volcano more than 3,000 miles away. [Read More]
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