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U.S. back in race to forge unknown, superheavy elements
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Even after Columbus, infectious diseases had a surprisingly hard time crossing oceans
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Model study estimates the odds that historic voyages helped viruses spread to new continents ..read more
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Chimps take turns while chatting, just like humans
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Ancient genetic blueprint for regeneration revealed in brittle star genome
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The virus that causes polio has been found in Gaza. Here’s why that is grim news
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‘Cocaine sharks’ found in waters off Brazil
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More than 1 trillion microbes live inside the average tree trunk
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By killing a lunar rover, NASA puts commercial delivery program on notice
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