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By Jeff Tollefson On 8 May, US President Donald Trump announced his decision to exit the Iran nuclear deal, hampering ongoing efforts to establish scientific collaborations...

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By Shannon Hall Ken Shen was racing against the sun. It was 3 A.M. on April 25 and Shen—an astronomer at the University of California,...

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By Marlene Cimons Some plant species have found a novel way to cope with environmental dangers like a prolonged climate change-induced drought: They sleep through...

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By Kelly Sutherland, University of Oregon All animals must eat to survive. If you've heard the term "grazer" before, it may bring to mind familiar...

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By Sarah Zhang As you read this article, the cells in your body are dividing and the DNA in them is being copied, letter by...

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By Julia Belluz If you’ve wondered whatever happened to the snake oil–peddling celebrity physician Dr. Oz, and whether he’s still going strong, look no further than...

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By Tia Ghose Hawaii's Kilauea volcano has erupted dramatically, several hours after a magnitude-5.0 quake struck the Big Island on Thursday (May 3). The eruption spewed lava...

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By Mark Zastrow Researchers in China have developed a filter that removes salt from water up to three times as fast as conventional filters. The membrane...

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By David S. Rauf Fortune 500 corporations like Chevron and Kinder Morgan are facing renewed pressure from climate-focused activist investors. This year some of the...

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By Stephanie Pappas The ancient moon may have had a gooey interior: A new study suggests that some 4 billion years ago, Earth's beloved satellite harbored...