PHYS.ORG My office is filled with colorful images of frogs, toads and salamanders from around the world, some of which I have collected over 40 years as an immunologist and microbiologist, studying amphibian immunity and diseases. These jewels of nature are mostly silent working members of many aquatic ecosystems. 6 days
An eco-friendly cure for a global fish-killing disease
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What are climate models, and how accurate are they?
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How animals holler
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What are climate models, and how accurate are they?
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How animals holler
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How animals holler
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How animals holler
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Raising Awareness of Childhood Dementia
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Wildfire risks are high again this year – here's what travelers need to know
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NASA's new planet hunter snaps initial test image, swings by Moon toward final orbit
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Raising Awareness of Childhood Dementia
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Video: How milk becomes cheese
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Researchers are creating a spot colder than the vacuum of space inside the International Space Station
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WATCH NOW | Air Force Space Command’s man in Washington makes debut
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Study shows New Zealand has its own population of blue whales
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A space ant fires its lasers
ESA
Meet the speedsters of the plant world
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The charts may be getting sadder but popular music has never been more varied
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Satellite study finds major shifts in global freshwater
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Entomologist explains why you shouldn't kill spiders in your home
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What parents, educators should know about the 2nd season of '13 Reasons Why'
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A new map for a birthplace of stars
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A Quiet Place: the science behind how filmmakers made aliens hear using distractions and deviant sounds
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Investigation seeks to create self-assembling materials
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New views of Sun: Two missions will go closer to our star than ever before
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Meet the speedsters of the plant world
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Meet the speedsters of the plant world
SCIENCE-NEWS
Meet the speedsters of the plant world
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Meet the speedsters of the plant world
SCIENCE-NEWS
A space ant fires its lasers
ESA
New views of Sun: Two missions will go closer to our star than ever before
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What the Heck Is This Hairy 'Sea Monster'?
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Tiny satellite's first global map of ice clouds
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Gender is personal – not computational
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Review of common construction practice finds environmental contamination, need for improved oversight and monitoring
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How a deep-sea geology trip led researchers to a doomed octopus nursery
SCIENCE-NEWS
Is bigger really better?
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New robot concept uses responsive materials to swim through water
SCIENCE DAILY
How high can seas rise? On a tropical isle, the answers are not always obvious
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Small sats are vital to Australia's space industry – and they won't be space junk
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Is bigger really better?
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Is bigger really better?
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Small sats are vital to Australia's space industry – and they won't be space junk
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Mini tractor beams help arrange artificial cells into tissue structures
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Counter-terrorism police are now training with virtual terrorists
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Can anyone learn to sing? For most of us, the answer is yes
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We asked people if they would trust driverless cars
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Regulating social platforms has dangers, like punishing content creators
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New series of proofs toward proving the Unique Games Conjecture
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Mini tractor beams help arrange artificial cells into tissue structures
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Can anyone learn to sing? For most of us, the answer is yes
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Mini tractor beams help arrange artificial cells into tissue structures
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NICER mission finds an X-ray pulsar in a record-fast orbit
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The recipes for solar system formation are getting a rewrite
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Walking robots, a YouTube sensation, get ready for market
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A giant 'singing' cloud in space will help us to understand how star systems form
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Microsoft and Amazon show Cortana and Alexa can talk to each other, at least on stage at Build conference
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Suicidally-sexed marsupials listed as endangered
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Scientists make a maze-running artificial intelligence program that learns to take shortcuts
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Walking robots, a YouTube sensation, get ready for market
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Walking robots, a YouTube sensation, get ready for market
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Scientists make a maze-running artificial intelligence program that learns to take shortcuts
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Ultrasonic Waves Are Everywhere. Can You Hear Them?
LIVE SCIENCE
Caterpillar 'road rage' could affect migration
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Video: Does melatonin do anything?
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4 ways 'internet of things' toys endanger children
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Liquid crystals self-regulate the release of drugs in precise, repeating doses with simple nudge from their environment
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The talking AI story since '2001: A Space Odyssey'
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Scientists just 3D imaged the birthplace of stars—using sound
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Human-sounding Google Assistant sparks ethics questions
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Mini-antibodies discovered in sharks and camels could lead to drugs for cancer and other diseases
Science Magazine
Light could make semiconductor computers a million times faster or even go quantum
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Profiling extreme beams: Scientists devise new diagnostic for cutting-edge and next-gen particle accelerators
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Eco-friendly composting toilets already bring relief to big cities – just ask London's canal boaters
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Nanodiamonds are forever
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Profiling extreme beams: Scientists devise new diagnostic for cutting-edge and next-gen particle accelerators
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4 ways 'internet of things' toys endanger children
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The talking AI story since '2001: A Space Odyssey'
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The talking AI story since '2001: A Space Odyssey'
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Liquid crystals self-regulate the release of drugs in precise, repeating doses with simple nudge from their environment
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Battery-free 'smart' toys move closer to commercial reality
SCIENCE DAILY
Spinning science: multi-use Variable-g platform arrives at the ISS
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Satellite pair arrive for Galileo’s next rumble in the jungle
ESA
Voltage loss in electrically conductive bacteria
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Lava, ash flows, mudslides and nasty gases—good reasons to respect volcanoes
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How many of earth's moons crashed back into the planet?
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New Zealand's glaciers are shrinking
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What happens when the robots sound too much like humans?
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Microwaved plastic increases lithium-sulfur battery life span
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From drone swarms to tree batteries, new tech is revolutionising ecology and conservation
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Bored with your video game? Artificial intelligence could create new levels on the fly
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Rapid evolution fails to save butterflies from extinction in face of human-induced change
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From drone swarms to tree batteries, new tech is revolutionising ecology and conservation
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From drone swarms to tree batteries, new tech is revolutionising ecology and conservation
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Simplified Mammalian Cell Harvesting without Centrifuging
NEWS MEDICAL
Researchers teach robots to touch
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How long will Kilauea’s eruption last?
SCIENCE-NEWS
The EPA says burning wood to generate power is 'carbon-neutral.' Is that true?
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Cowbird eggshells could double as deadly weapons
Science Magazine
The latest from Juno as Jupiter appears bright in the night sky
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