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An analysis of brain waves offers new evidence that people subconsciously process information about the planet’s magnetism.
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The newly identified starry dwarf frog represents a new species, genus and potentially even a new family.
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Japanese scientists say some proteins in frozen mammoth cells may still work after 28,000 years. But that activity may be more mouse than mammoth.
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A new documentary series about Yellowstone displays the dynamic, dramatic and exciting ecosystem that thrives within the park’s gates.
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Scientists used a replica of a shrimp claw to re-create the extreme pressures and temperatures that the animals produce underwater.
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Deaths within 30 days of a heart attack have declined from 20 percent in 1995 to 12.4 percent in 2014, according to an analysis of Medicare patient data.
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“T. rex: The Ultimate Predator,” a new exhibit in New York City, draws on the latest science to provide a fresh look at Tyrannosaurus rex and its relatives.
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Soft, processed foods altered our bite, which added “f” and “v” sounds to speech and changed languages worldwide, a study finds.
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Precisely timed clicking noises can counter signs of Alzheimer’s in the brains of mice and improve memory.
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On March 15, students are set to attend more than 1,000 events to demand that governments do more to rein in greenhouse gas emissions.
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