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Origami Robots Just Helped Build the World's Smallest House
LIVE SCIENCE This teensy little house is so small that even a malnourished amoeba couldn't fit inside. 3 hours
Why Would a Pig Follow a Man Home?
LIVE SCIENCE What reason could a pig have for following around a human? 4 hours
What Is Nipah Virus? Outbreak in India Kills At Least 3
LIVE SCIENCE At least three people in India have died from a rare virus known as Nipah virus, according to news reports. 5 hours
This Little Piggy Went to the Train Station, Then Followed a Man Home
LIVE SCIENCE What reason could a pig have for following around a human? 5 hours
Russia's Floating Nuclear Power Plant Heads for the Bering Strait
LIVE SCIENCE Russia's got a floating nuclear plant on a barge, and it's heading for the Bering Strait — just a short drift from Alaska. 6 hours
How a Prairie-Dog Plague Vaccine Could Protect Ferrets (and Maybe People, Too)
LIVE SCIENCE Yes, there's a vaccine for the plague, one of the most notorious diseases known to humanity. But unfortunately, this vaccine isn't for humans —... 7 hours
Giant Waves Nearly Half a Million Miles Across Seen on the Sun for the First Time
LIVE SCIENCE Huge, slow-moving waves that drive Earth's weather and shape the swirls in Jupiter's atmosphere also exist... 7 hours
Why Radioactive Waste Is Being Melted into Glass
LIVE SCIENCE Dangerous radioactive waste has been trapped inside solid glass in a first-of-its-kind demonstration, according to a statement from the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) in southeastern Washington. 7 hours
Found! New Evidence Suggests Planet Nine Is Real
LIVE SCIENCE The solar system just got a bit stranger. 10 hours
Why Is Ice Slippery?
LIVE SCIENCE No, it's not because there's a thin layer of melted water on the top. 11 hours
New Controversial Idea About Stonehenge Has Archaeologists Shaking Their Heads
LIVE SCIENCE In a new book, this scientist says glaciers, not Neolithic people, carried the huge rocks to Stonehenge. 11 hours
This Box Could Become the Coldest Spot in the Universe
LIVE SCIENCE Lasers and microgravity will chill this ice chest-size box to 10 billion times colder than the vacuum of space. 13 hours
Celebrities Are Obsessed with the Keto Diet. Why You Shouldn't Be.
LIVE SCIENCE The fad diet, which promises weight loss without sacrificing bacon, is not all it's cracked up to be. 15 hours
How Can a Smartphone Survive a 100-Foot Drop But Crack on Your Floor?
LIVE SCIENCE It's all about the angle of contact. 15 hours
What Can the Death of a Neutron Tell Us About Dark Matter?
LIVE SCIENCE Physicists speculate that decaying neutrons may be producing particles unknown to science that make up the elusive dark matter. 2 days
Here's How Health Officials Plan to Use the Ebola Vaccine in New African Outbreak
LIVE SCIENCE The Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) is spreading, but this time around, there's a vaccine. 2 days
COPD: Causes, Symptoms & Treatment
LIVE SCIENCE Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) is a chronic lung disease that makes breathing progressively more difficult. It affects about 11 million people in the United States. 3 days
Hatshepsut: Powerful Female Pharaoh
LIVE SCIENCE Queen Hatshepsut was a woman who ruled Egypt, but she reigned as a man. 3 days
Congressman Blames Sea Level Rise on Falling Rocks, Is Very Wrong
LIVE SCIENCE No, "erosion" is not to blame for the alarming trends in global sea level rise. 3 days
Auspicious? Meghan and Harry to Marry on Date of Royal Beheading
LIVE SCIENCE The British monarchy has become a lot less bloody. 3 days
Some Women Regret Freezing Their Eggs, and Doctors Are Worried
LIVE SCIENCE Most women who elect to freeze their eggs are happy they did it, but about 1 in 6 say they regret the decision, according to a new study. 3 days
Something Is Sucking Iron Out of Earth's Crust, and Scientists Think They Know What
LIVE SCIENCE Earth would look a lot more like Mars if a mysterious mineral wasn't sucking iron out of the planet's crust.... 3 days
Why Your Bed Is 'Dirtier' Than a Jungle-Dwelling Chimp's Bed
LIVE SCIENCE Human beds are teeming with more body microbes than the beds of chimpanzees. 3 days
Trump Asked About 'Difference Between HIV and HPV,' Bill Gates Says
LIVE SCIENCE Bill Gates says President Trump repeatedly asked him about the difference between two notorious viruses: HIV and HPV. 3 days
Ghostly 'Lightning' Waves Discovered Inside a Nuclear Reactor
LIVE SCIENCE Whistler waves are normally produced in the atmosphere by lightning. They could help protect nuclear fusion reactors from runaway electrons. 3 days
Why Are Sweaty-Armpit Stains So Dark?
LIVE SCIENCE When we spill water down our front, or sweat profusely, our clothes get darker. Why? The fabric isn't actually changing colors in real time. Rather, our perception of the fabric's color is changing. 4 days
Here's Why Mosquito Bites Itch for Such a Long Time
LIVE SCIENCE Mosquito spit makes you itch, and it probably also helps viruses invade 4 days
Tardigrades Apparently Do Huge Poops
LIVE SCIENCE Like, really big poops. 4 days
There's No Good Explanation for Why Ozone-Ripping CFCs Are Back
LIVE SCIENCE Scientists can't explain why in the world someone would decide to pump out the dangerous gases again. 4 days
These Volunteers Drank E. Coli-Laced Water and Got Diarrhea, for Science
LIVE SCIENCE Volunteers bravely downed a cup of E. coli. 4 days
Wireless 'RoboFly' Looks Like an Insect, Gets Its Power from Lasers
LIVE SCIENCE A new type of flying robot is insect-sized, weighs about as much as a toothpick, and is powered by lasers. 4 days
Kilauea Spews Boulders in 5-Mile-High Eruption
LIVE SCIENCE An explosion at Kilauea volcano's summit spawned chunky boulders and a tremendous volcanic cloud that reached as high as commercial airplanes fly — about 30,000 feet (5.6 miles, or 9.1 kilometers) above sea level — early... 4 days
Another Tropical Paradise Enacts a Sunscreen Ban
LIVE SCIENCE The island of Bonaire follows Hawaii's lead. 4 days
Think Your Bed Is Clean? A Chimp's Is Cleaner.
LIVE SCIENCE Human beds are teeming with more body microbes than the beds of chimpanzees. 4 days
Moon Dust Is Super Toxic to Human Cells
LIVE SCIENCE Turns out moon dust is really bad for human cells. 4 days
No, Octopuses Don't Come From Outer Space
LIVE SCIENCE Scientists are skeptical of a new paper that suggests frozen octopus eggs rode a meteor to Earth 540 million years ago. 4 days
Ancient Horse and Stable Found Under Pompeii Ash
LIVE SCIENCE The horse likely swiveled its ears when it heard the deafening roar from Mount Vesuvius in A.D. 79. That was one of the last things the animal ever did: After that, it... 4 days
Dogs Might Be More Rational Than Humans
LIVE SCIENCE Laurie Santos, a cognitive psychologist at Yale, demonstrates how dogs can sometimes be more rational than humans. 5 days
Hippo Poop Is Literally Suffocating Fish
LIVE SCIENCE Thousands of hippos in Kenya's Mara River poop out 9.3 tons of feces every day! 5 days
US Birth Rate Hits All-Time Low: What's Behind the Decline?
LIVE SCIENCE 2017 saw the lowest birth rate in more than 100 years. 5 days
Moon Dust Could Give Astronauts Permanent DNA Damage, Study Finds
LIVE SCIENCE Turns out moon dust is really bad for human cells. 5 days
What Is Trepanation?
LIVE SCIENCE Trepanation is the ancient practice of drilling a hole in the skull. It is one of the oldest medical procedures known to the human race. 5 days
Is the Romaine Lettuce E. Coli Outbreak Finally Over?
LIVE SCIENCE Romaine lettuce tied to a recent outbreak of E. coli is likely no longer on store shelves or in restaurants, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said today (May... 5 days
E. Coli-Tainted Romaine Lettuce Likely No Longer on Store Shelves
LIVE SCIENCE Romaine lettuce tied to a recent outbreak of E. coli is likely no longer on store shelves or in restaurants, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said... 5 days
We Still Don't Know Why These Lizards Have Lime-Green Blood
LIVE SCIENCE A new evolutionary investigation finds that skinks likely evolved to have green blood a total of four different times throughout history. 5 days
12th-Century Shipwreck Came with Handy 'Made in China' Tag
LIVE SCIENCE A bureaucratic label alters the timeline for a sunken ship. 5 days
Images: Amazing Artifacts from a Java Sea Shipwreck
LIVE SCIENCE Here’s a look at artifacts discovered on a merchant ship that wrecked in the Java Sea in the late 1100s. 5 days
Here's When Puppies Are Most Adorable, According to Science
LIVE SCIENCE There's no debating it: Puppies are adorable. But is there an age when they reach "peak" cuteness? 5 days
New Smallpox-Related Virus Found Lurking in Texas Rodents
LIVE SCIENCE A never-before-seen virus that's a relative of the smallpox virus has been found lurking in rodents in Texas. 5 days
'Yanny' or 'Laurel'? Why Your Brain Hears One or the Other in This Maddening Illusion
LIVE SCIENCE The auditory version of the blue/gold dress is dividing Yanny and Laurel camps across the internet. 5 days
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