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Communities of bacteria and other microbes in the human mouth can help researchers learn how these groups of organisms affect human health ..read more
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Researchers are developing a new long-acting, self-administered device that delivers hormones beneath the skin’s surface ..read more
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Danuvius guggenmosi, a “totally new and different” species of ape, would have moved through the trees using its forelimbs and ..read more
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More than 11,000 signatories to a new research paper argue that we need new ways to measure the impacts of a changing climate on human ..read more
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Few people claimed to fully understand it, but the esoteric theory still managed to spark the public's imagination ..read more
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New evidence from an archaeological site in Spain reignites a debate about Neanderthal cognition ..read more
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Scientists use the navigation system to measure and monitor many aspects of our planet ..read more
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DeepMind's AlphaStar learns the complex strategy video game, which has trillions and trillions of possible moves conducted in real time ..read more
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Check out some of the spookiest (read: coolest) items in the National Museum of Natural History's collections ..read more
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Massive hits at the time, the films that brought Frankenstein, Dracula, the Mummy and more to life also tapped into societal fears and ..read more

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