Science

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By Melissa Sevigny The standards for teaching Science, and History, to Arizona schoolkids are undergoing their first revisions in more than a decade. A committee of 100...

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By Dina Fine Maron The Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) just got worse. In what the World Health Organization’s top...

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By Yasemin Saplakoglu JERSEY CITY, N.J. — At the 2018 Liberty Science Center Genius Gala, Laurie Santos, one of the night's honorees, performed an experiment on stage. She showed...

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By Lee Billings What began as a debate over astronomical measurements is on the verge of becoming a full-blown crisis in how we understand the...

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By Joanna Fantozzi At any science fair, you're almost guaranteed to see at least two go-to experiments: the clichéd papier-mâché volcano and the ever-popular pickle...

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By Stephen L. Macknik It’s an epic auditory insult. Akin to: I say tomato and you say “blow it out your ear.” I just listened...

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By Larry Greenemeier Amazon, Uber and other tech giants want to fill the skies with small autonomous aircraft ferrying packages and people from place to...

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By Laurie Garrett The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has a new boss, Dr. Robert Redfield, who ignited controversy because of his dubious...

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By Mark Zastrow When North Korea detonated its most recent nuclear weapon deep inside its mountain test site, the peak’s flanks heaved up and outwards by...

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By Alison Abbott Scientists have used artificial intelligence (AI) to recreate the complex neural codes that the brain uses to navigate through space. The feat demonstrates...