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The spiky, fossilized skull of a newly discovered dinosaur species may be a road map to its ancestors’ journey to North America.
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Scientists compiled 21 million images to craft the highest-resolution view yet of the fruit fly brain.
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Neutrinos and light travel at essentially the same speed, as predicted.
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Drugs that incorporate modified botulinum toxin provide long-term pain relief, a study in mice finds.
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A machine that gently catches and releases animals underwater could help researchers take a more detailed census of the deep sea.
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Amber preserves the delicate bone structure of a 99 million year old baby snake.
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A new strategy at the Very Large Telescope lets astronomers take space telescope–quality pictures from the ground.
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Swimmers may not have suddenly dominated the oceans during the Devonian Period after all: New analyses suggest they took over much more gradually.
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Astronomers found a dozen previously unknown moons of Jupiter, and one may be a remnant of a larger moon that was all but ground to dust.
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A new book examines how lead ended up in Flint’s water and resulted in a prolonged public health disaster.
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