Even 'Twilight Zone' Coral Reefs Aren't Safe from Bleaching
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by Carolyn Wilke
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Coral reefs hundreds of feet below the ocean surface aren’t as safe as scientists thought ..read more
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The Life and Gruesome Death of a Bog Man Revealed after 5,000 Years
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by Ewen Callaway, Nature magazine
4d ago
Vittrup Man, who was bludgeoned to death in a Danish bog, was a Scandinavian wanderer, according to new research ..read more
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The Industrial Designer behind the N95 Mask
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by Johanna Mayer, Katie Hafner, The Lost Women of Science Initiative
4d ago
Sara Little Turnbull used materials science to invent and design products for the modern world ..read more
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An Evolutionary 'Big Bang' Explains Why Snakes Come in So Many Strange Varieties
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by Jack Tamisiea
4d ago
Snakes saw a burst of adaptation about 128 million years ago that led to them exploding in diversity and evolving up to three times faster than lizards ..read more
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Asexuality Research Has Reached New Heights. What Are We Learning?
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by Meghan McDonough, Scientific American
4d ago
A grassroots online movement has helped shift the way scientists think about asexuality. But much is still unknown ..read more
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Russia's War on Ukraine Chills Arctic Climate Science
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by Chelsea Harvey, E&E News
4d ago
In the two years since Russia invaded Ukraine, a chasm has grown between Russian scientists who are studying the Arctic and their counterparts around the world ..read more
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JWST Is Tracking Down the Cosmic Origins of Earth's Water
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by Shannon Hall
4d ago
New observations from the James Webb Space Telescope are exposing the pathways that water takes to reach terrestrial planets ..read more
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Flimsy Antiabortion Studies Cited in Case to Ban Mifepristone Are Retracted
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by Liz Szabo
4d ago
Outside experts found that two studies cited in a federal case on medication abortion had serious design problems and that their authors had undisclosed conflicts of interest ..read more
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This Treasured Fossil Turns Out to Be a Forgery
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by Valentina Rossi, The Conversation US
4d ago
Paleontology is rife with fake fossils that are made to cash in on illegal trade but end up interfering with science ..read more
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First Commercial Moon Landing Returns U.S. to Lunar Surface
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by Michael Greshko
4d ago
Intuitive Machines’ IM-1 mission is the first U.S. soft landing on the moon since Apollo 17. It’s also a sign of private industry’s growing role in space ..read more
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