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New research suggests the behavior of Oregon shore crabs is influenced by the antidepressant Prozac. [Read More]
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New research suggests hunter-gatherers began altering the evolution of the first crops some 30,000 years ago, 10,000 years earlier than previously thought. [Read More]
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New research suggests birds without a brood help raise the offspring of others with the hope of future benefits -- like extra parenting help and... [Read More]
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More permissive concealed carry laws -- those that grant greater access to concealed guns -- are linked with increased homicide rates, according to new study. [Read More]
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Researchers have recovered an unusual set of hominin-like teeth from Germany estimated to be 9.7 million years old. [Read More]
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For the third year in a row, global carbon dioxide emissions have stalled, according to the latest report by the European Commission Joint Research Center. [Read More]
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Paleontologists have completed the excavation of a 76 million-year-old tyrannosaur fossil in Utah -- the most complete tyrannosaur ever found in the Southwest. [Read More]
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The annual Orionid meteor shower is expected to peak over the weekend, offering viewers with clear skies the chance to see up to 20 meteors... [Read More]
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New analysis of jealousy among primates has offered scientists fresh insights into the neurobiology behind the powerful emotion. [Read More]
According to a study of coral reef in the Gulf of Mexico, the oceans didn't rise steadily during previous periods of global warming, but in... [Read More]
New research suggests dogs make a wider variety of facial expressions when their owners or companions are paying attention to them. [Read More]
New research out of Monash University suggests there is no such thing as a fitness peak among evolving organisms and that the adaptation process is... [Read More]
In a new study, scientists confirmed the presence of a large lava tube among the moon's Marius Hills. The tube could shelter future moon missions. [Read More]
In a new study, scientists confirmed the presence of a large lava tube among the moon's Marius Hills. The tube could shelter future moon missions. [Read More]
New research showed many female jumping spiders display an increase in sexual inhibitions after mating for the first time. Some never take another mate. [Read More]
Germany's insect population has declined precipitously inside protected preserves over the last three decades, new research shows. [Read More]
New research suggests the duplication of noncoding DNA could help explain the genetic diversity that fueled the divergence of humans from primates. [Read More]
Archaeologists in Egypt have recovered the head of a wooden statue dating to the sixth dynasty of Ancient Egypt. [Read More]
Researchers in Portugal and France believe the Martian atmosphere could host plasma technology capable of producing oxygen for future Mars missions. [Read More]
Researchers at the University of Guelph, in Ontario, claim to have published the first scientific paper on marijuana cultivation in North America. [Read More]
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