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A congressional hearing about NASA's budget and activities offered more questions than answers about the International Space Station, orbital debris hazards and returning astronauts to... [Read More]
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The observatory must complete about 50 major deployments after liftoff... [Read More]
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A protest by a group of scientists has ignited spirited discussions about the persistent lack of diversity in such awards... [Read More]
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Today we bring you a new episode in our podcast series COVID, Quickly. Every two weeks, Scientific American 's senior health editors Tanya Lewis and... [Read More]
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A new adaption offers an opportunity to revisit the overlooked biology in Herbert's classic tale... [Read More]
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When poaching abounds, a genetic trait for tusklessness is selected for... [Read More]
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By continuing to subsidize fossil fuels, recovery plans could exacerbate threats from diseases like malaria, cholera and dengue fever... [Read More]
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In her new book, Beloved Beasts: Fighting for Life in an Age of Extinction , journalist and author Michelle Nijhuis looks into the past of... [Read More]
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There are deep-rooted connections between sustainable deserts and a sustainable future... [Read More]
Measuring the time it takes particles to travel between two points may offer the best-yet test for Bohmian mechanics... [Read More]
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Securing basic voting rights should take priority over more elaborate reforms... [Read More]
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Efforts are underway to make space missions more accessible... [Read More]
The NASA spacecraft will loop past the never-before-explored 'Trojan' asteroids during a 12-year journey... [Read More]
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The most promising AI approach you've never heard of doesn't need to go big... [Read More]
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