Science

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By Stephanie Pappas Yesterday's successful launch of SpaceX's Falcon Heavy rocket also sent an unusual payload into space: a cherry-red Tesla Roadster "manned" by a dummy...

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By Declan Butler When the chikungunya virus hit the French Caribbean territories of Martinique and Guadeloupe in a 2013–15 epidemic, around half of the population fell...

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By Lee Billings Earlier today, our sun gained a new satellite, courtesy of SpaceX’s first test launch of its Falcon Heavy rocket: A cherry-red Tesla...

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By Brandon Specktor When the mercury's rising in your thermometer, it may also be rising in the ocean. According to a new study published Feb. 5 in...

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By Ewen Callaway Molecular biologists have sequenced the genome of an invasive species of crayfish that can reproduce without mating and is spreading rapidly across Madagascar....

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By Helen Shen Noninvasive brain stimulation is having its heyday, as scientists and hobbyists alike look for ways to change the activity of neurons without...

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By Julia Manchester At least 200 individuals with backgrounds in science, math, engineering and technology have launched bids for state House seats across the country, according...

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By Davide Castelvecchi Researchers have exploited the twisty nature of topological physics to produce a high-quality beam of laser light — a step that could lead to the...

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By Deron Molen EFFINGHAM, Ill. (WAND) — For Jeanette Bushur’s kids, dinosaurs are dynamite. But this past Saturday, she says they got more than they...

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By Shaughnessy Naughton Watching the State of the Union last night made me think of my favorite State of the Union moment. In 2015, President...