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Inside a meteorite, scientists found sulfur and iron wrapped in tiny diamonds. Those gems hint the rock formed inside a long-lost planet.
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Mathematicians are taking aim at gerrymandering — drawing election district maps that seek to benefit one party over another. The courts have become involved too.
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The ill-fated octopods may be a sign that a healthy population is hiding nearby.
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A new kind of plastic is fully recyclable: Unlike current plastics, it breaks down into the exact same molecules from which it was made.
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At a big lab outside Chicago, a gigantic beam of speedy electrons is helping researchers fight diseases, build better electronics and more.
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Parasites kept mice from gaining weight on a high-fat diet. But receiving transplants of immune cells from these wormy mice also halted weight gain in mice without worms.
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In many STEM fields, current rates of progress aren’t enough to close the gender gap for decades or even centuries, a new study suggests.
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Many 4-D-printed objects can flex and change their shape. A new “ink” and printing method now gives them greater range of motion.
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Hydrogen sulfide makes Uranus reek of rotten eggs.
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Our guts and our brains are in constant communication with the goal of managing a whole lot more than food digestion. Their conversations can affect stress, behaviors — even memory.
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