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Watch a Munk's devil ray breach.
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A new study reveals an unexpected role for the immune cells and a previously unknown mechanism for the wasting syndrome.
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Paleontologists find microscopic fungi in Arctic Canada that is reported to be about twice as old as the previously oldest known fossils of fungi.
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The accusations concerned the safety of research participants. The school says an investigation did not conclude misconduct had occurred.
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Fly avatars bearing multiple genetic changes akin to those of a cancer patient lead to a tailor-made treatment that has shrunk the patient's tumors.
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Structures built in tropical coastal waters capture fish, but harm the ecosystem and may lead to overfishing.
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As ONC201 moves through human clinical trials, scientists finally figure out that the compound and its analogs target a mitochondrial protease.
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A new analysis finds that ice melt in Greenland and Antarctica could lead to increases of 2 meters by the end of the century if carbon emissions are not reduced.
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Blocked resources and the suspension of research scholarships threaten the future of Brazilian science, academics say.
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An artificial intelligence program called a neural network exceeds radiologists’ ability to detect malignancies, but more testing is needed before using the program clinically.
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